When LG launched its first Android Wear smartwatch, it was announced that the smartwatch would be headed to retail stores sometime after it went live on the Google Play Store. That day has finally arrived, as the LG G Watch is now available for purchase from Best Buy stores in the US. The LG G Watch is at least shipping within a day of ordering.

The LG G Watch is priced at $229, and offers all the features of Android Wear, including Google Now information and voice control, notifications, controlling music on a connected smartphone, measuring heart rate and other fitness parameters, and more.

LG G Watch: ($229)

If you are unsure whether you can handle such a small watch phone, you can check out our review of the unit.


The LG G Watch is now also available from Google Shopping Express with same day delivery, but seemingly limited to only the Peninsula area of San Francisco.

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The LG G3 S has been in the news (or rather, in the rumors) quite a bit lately, but so far only through a leaked user manual showing it. Now though, thanks to the latest leak from Russian retailer product page, we have its most important official renders and full specs to talk about.

The smartphone should be a mini version of the LG G3. It comes with has a 5-inch 720p touchscreen, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash and Laser Auto Focus, a 1.3 MP front camera, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage, a 2540 mAh battery, a microSD card slot and Android 4.4 KitKat from day one. Its dimensions are 137.75 x 69.6 x 10.3 mm.

The LG G3 S will cost you RUB 13,990, which at the current exchange rates amounts to approximately $406 or €300. That’s the price you need to pay to have the coolest toy on the block.

Via GSMArena, Svyaznoy

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The LG G Watch may be positioned as a watch that lets you view notifications from your Android phone — but it’s actually a wearable device that has the guts of an Android phone.

Just like Android smartphones, the LG G Watch have a recovery mode installed, perfect for that time you need to wipe data, do a factory reset, back to stock, or even if you need to apply an update manually.

Following is the guide on how to enter into recovery mode on an LG G Watch:

  1. Press the restart button by using something thin and pointy for around 10 seconds, you will see the LG logo on screen
  2. Swipe from the top left-hand corner to the the bottom right-hand corner in one, diagonal swipe. This will bring you to the Fastboot mode
  3. After that ,you should see two arrows at the bottom of this display, pressing the right arrow twice will bring the Recovery list up
  4. Now you can reboot device, Apply Update from ADB, Wipe Data/ Factory reset and Wipe Cache in the recovery mode

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