LG Cancels World-Wide Rollout Of New Smartwatch Due to Technical Glitches
If sources are to be believed, LG has cancelled the rollout of its latest smartwatch, Urbane 2nd Edition, worldwide because of an specified “hardware issues”. AT&T notified customers of a “quality issue” with the gadget and offered them a refund.
Additionally, Android Police received an email from LG, post their review of Urbane, in which LG clearly mentioned that the glitch with the Watch “affects the day-to-day functionality of the device.”
LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition is the first Android Wear device with a 4G LTE support. On the display and resolution front, Urbane is equipped with a 1.38-inch fully circular P-OLED display, and 480 x 480 pixels along with 348 ppi. Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 SoC, 768MB of RAM, and 4GB of built-in memory are some of the other features to be part of the deal.
However, before you get too excited, it should be pointed out that LG has gone ahead to comment that they are unsure when and if the watch will be available for order in the future. According to the company, this can only be decided “at a later time.” Let’s see if Urbane 2nd Edition manages to make its entrance into the tech world, and if it does, how does these hiccups influence audience’s response towards it.