The Android 2 watch comes out in March with a 450mAh battery.
LG's Style and Sport aren't the only brand-new watches flaunting Google's Android Wear 2 software.
Verizon has also announced the Wear24, a smartwatch all its own, and one with enough battery power to stare down most other smartwatches you can buy today: 450mAh. (The LG Sport comes close with a 430mAh ticker.)
The 4G LTE-connected Wear24 will start selling in March for $300 (roughly converted to £240 or AU$390) with a new two-year activation and $349 (£280 or AU$460) if you buy it no-contract. (And if you're into release date clues, the small box next to the three-hour mark hints at March 25, but that's just a guess.)
Verizon partnered with manufacturer Quanta to make the Wear24.
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First published Feb. 8, 2:41 p.m. PT.
Update, 3:42 p.m.: Adds manufacturer and off-contract pricing.