Verizon Wear24: Verizon is launching its wearable, the Wear24 smart watch. The smart watch was due for March after it was first announced in February. Due to some technical issues, it is airing a little late.
Now, you can buy your Verizon smartwatch on May 11, 2017. The sale will be at Verizon stores and Verizon website. The smartwatch is supposed to cost around $350. Also, if you decide to activate a two-year subscription, you can get it for $300. The device runs on Android wear 2.0 out of the box.
The smartwatch is launched in color variants: Stainless Steel, Gunmetal Black, and Rose Gold.
What can the smartwatch do?
The Wear24 has LTE, so without having the paired mobile anywhere near, your smartwatch can take calls, give you texts, can stream music and a few more. You can also use social media and your e-mail.
NFC enabled so that you can make mobile payments and it has wi-fi booster to reach the maximum speed of wi-fi. You can also use your Bluetooth speaker because the Bluetooth facility is secure enough. Google Assistant is enabled to help you when your hands are busy.
The Verizon’s smartwatch comes up with the following specifications. It has a 480×480 1.39-inch AMOLED display and is coupled with 7678 MB of RAM. It runs on Android wear 2.0 and has 4GB internal storage. The processor is of Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 processor and is fueled by 450mAh battery. The smartwatch has wireless charging facility intact.
The certification specification of the wearable is IP57 which means we have a water-resistant wearable on board. In 3.3 feet water, you can use the device for 30 minutes which is enough for any accident to happen. It has GPS.
Android Wear 2.0 powers the Verizon’s Wear24. There are not many smartwatches from Android wear 2.0. It’s already been a while that the OS was released. It is already time for the next updated OS, and so the future of devices with Android Wear 2.0 is on the toss.
LG’s Watch sport and Verizon’s Wear24:
Comparing the two devices, LG Watch Sport and Verizon’s Wear24, there are interpretations. The screen resolutions and battery power are comparable. Wear24 reports not to possess any heart rate monitor. Some sources say it has one. Hence it is debatable. Much as LG watch Sport does have one.