A LG Model LM-W315 hand-held device was certified by the United States Federal Communications Commission on Monday, possibly the upcoming Watch Timepiece Hybrid, featuring a mechanical watch-style touch screen should combine. The product does not have a physical label and instead comes with an electronic label describing how LG accesses it, displaying the preference screen whose design matches that of Wear OS, the renamed version of the Google Android Wear operating system is identical. 19659002] The LG Watch Timepiece will be the company's first ever smartwatch to get Android Wear up and running fast, with no mobile capabilities, as AndroidHeadlines reported last month. The newly introduced FCC certificate only mentions Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n compatibility in terms of connectivity, effectively confirming that the LM-W315 can not communicate over 4G LTE or other wireless standards because the Federal Regulatory authority would otherwise have tested its ability. The last two wearables of the South Korean tech giants came in the form of the LG Watch Style (LM-W270) and the LG Watch Sport (LM-W280), which were announced 15 months ago, the two still being considered some of the best Android Wear , d Wear OS devices in the market.
The hybrid design aside, the LG Watch Timepiece will be a mid-range offering in the smartwatch segment, as it has NFC and GPS capabilities, as well as a heart rate monitor, AndroidHeadlines has learned. What it has to offer is a stainless steel case with IP68-certified resistance to dust and water and a round 1.2-inch LCD panel with a resolution of 360 by 360 pixels. Qualcomm's quad-core Snapdragon 2100 chip will also be part of the package, operating at 1.1 GHz, along with 768 MB of LPDDR3 RAM and 4 GB of eMMC memory. The Seoul-based company is expected to launch its next wearable in the coming weeks and offer it in at least two color options – New Aurora Black and Cloud Silver.