LG G Watch R Available On T-Mobile November 17th At $299


The LG G Watch R is a good looking watch. It's certainly more watch like than a number of the alternative options out there. If you have been looking to get hold of one recently then you have had plenty of options so far. The LG G Watch R became available on Google Play on November 6th. On the same day, AT&T started selling the Watch R online. Following this, AT&T commenced with in-store sales the day after on November 7th. Since them we also heard the Watch R would land in Sprint stores starting from $0 down on November 14th. Which is today by the way. So, if you have been waiting for Sprint then today is the day.

To add to the evergrowing availability of the LG watch. T-Mobile has now announced their details for selling the LG G Watch R. According to the T-Mobile press release, the LG G Watch R will be available to buy in-store from November 17th. That's next Wednesday. Consistent with Google Play, AT&T and Sprint the Watch R via T-Mobile will set you back a cool $299.99 off contract. However, it is worth noting that the press release only notes 'participating stores' will be stocking the LG G Watch R on the 17th. Not to mention the announcement also suggests online sales will not commence the same day for T-Mobile customers. Instead the announcement advises T-Mobile customers will be able to purchase the Watch R online sometime "later this month".


If you are new to the LG G Watch R, then the watch comes with a Full Circle 1.3" P-OLED display. That's a 320 x 320 resolution with 348 ppi. Inside the device comes with 512MB RAM, 4GB Storage and a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor (clocked at 1.2GHz). In addition the Watch R comes with various sensors, its dust and water resistant (IP67) and comes with a decent 410 mAh battery. If you want a more in-depth view of the LG G Watch R then you should check out our review of the watch. So are you planning on picking one up? Who is your carrier of choice?

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