The LG Watch Phone is one of the first marvels we've seen here at CES. It has a touch-screen user interface, stereo Bluetooth, a speakerphone, a built-in music player, and a not-at-all-unattractive design, with tempered glass and metal casing. Here are the first few shots of the LG GD910 Watch Phone.
Calling Dick Tracy
The LG Watch Phone is 0.55 inch thick, with a screen that measures 1.43 inches diagonally. The surface is tempered glass, and the casing is metal. The strap is available in both leather and carbon fiber. Though small, it seems surprisingly usable.
The LG Watch Phone has quite a number of features for such a small device. It has a touch-screen user interface along with three side buttons, a music player, stereo Bluetooth, a speakerphone, 3G/HSDPA, quad-band GSM, and more. It's also water resistant.
The LG Watch Phone will be available later this year for European markets only. It may come to the U.S. later, but there's no confirmation on that front. However, it does have quad-band GSM, and the 3G/HSDPA frequency is compatible with AT&T's, so it's possible it'll work Stateside as well.