The big Android Wear 2.0 is expected to be launched this week and with it are two “reference” smartwatches from LG. The LG Watch Sport has been leaked to be the larger, and more expensive, of the two, the other being the LG Watch Style. It’s size, however, isn’t just for show and it is expected to pack somewhat bigger hardware inside.
LG Watch Sport will be running on a 1, or 1.4, GHz quad-core processor and will have 768 MB of RAM, which is about the highest amount of memory so far on smartwatches. Android 7.1.1, currently the latest version of Nougat in the market.
Android Wear 2.0 would indeed be based on Nougat, which is, of course, a great thing.
Android Wear 2.0 and LG’s two smartwatches will break cover on February 8, a day early of the scheduled February 9 event, but still a good few months later than the late 2016 plan.