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LG G Watch R gets official price in Philippines

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The previously-reported event is happening now where LG Philippines’ latest smartwatch is being launched. The LG G Watch R features a 1.3-inch display, runs on Android Wear, and can now be acquired nationwide with a local price below Php14K.

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LG G Watch R specs:
1.3-inch P-OLED Display (320 x 320)
1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 400
512MB RAM
4GB internal storage
9-Axis (Gyro/ Accelerometer/ Compass)
Barometer
photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor – to monitor heartbeat
Dust and Water Resistant (IP67)
410mAh battery
Android Wear OS

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The LG G Watch R is now available in the Philippines for Php13,990. Stay tuned for our review!

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Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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enzo
enzo
7 years ago

Where can i buy the lg g watch r?

rene
rene
7 years ago

where can we buy this top of the line lg g watch r? thanks

bob
bob
7 years ago

san available ito? thanks.

Ern Sots
Ern Sots
7 years ago

Sa anong relo nyo ba kinukumpara presyo nito – fake na relo sa Quiapo at Greenhills?

FreakTM
FreakTM
Reply to  Ern Sots
7 years ago

Hmmm. A lot of wristwatches from decent brands sell for less than 10K. And compared to other smartwatches, this is priced steeply din talaga.

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7 years ago

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WarrenC.
WarrenC.
7 years ago

It looks lovely, and some of the watch faces you can download are really cool, but the steep price plus the fact that you have to tediously charge this everyday makes it a bit impractical. If they lower it below 10K sana…

FreakTM
FreakTM
Reply to  WarrenC.
7 years ago

It’s priced at USD299 in the States. So parang imposible na maging 10K lang dito yan. Hehe.

Doc
Doc
7 years ago

Why so expensive?

Syntax
Syntax
7 years ago

I still don’t know why people buy these. Expensive. I’d rather buy an ordinary watch for cheaper price. The problem with smartwatches is that it can become obsolete fast and replaced by a new product.

FreakTM
FreakTM
Reply to  Syntax
7 years ago

I own the original Pebble. It does a better job of notifying me through vibrate than the phone itself. It’s a different platform (Pebble OS) but I think, after having owned it for almost a year now, it’s worth the money.

On the “becoming obsolete” part, that’s just how digital tech goes. The same fast pace applies to other gadgets, too.

DTech
DTech
7 years ago

Beautiful but too expensive!

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