After being removed from store shelves last year, LG's LTE-enabled Watch Urbane 2nd Edition is now back up for sale, with pre-orders kicking off at AT&T.

The Watch Urbane 2nd Edition made its debut in November with a bigger 1.38-inch P-OLED screen, standalone LTE connectivity, IP67 certification, and a 570mAh battery. But just a few week after launch, LG announced that it would not sell the device, citing "a hardware issue which affects the day-to-day functionality of the device." A faulty screen component was to blame for LG's decision, which the manufacturer said would "potentially impact our image quality over the life of the device."

It now looks like LG has worked out the kinks, as the Watch Urbane 2nd Edition is once again up for pre-order at AT&T. The carrier is offering the smartwatch for $360 outright, or $18 a month over 20 months if you want to go down the instalment route. That's not including the $10 you'll have to shell out monthly to add the device to your data plan. You can also get the device for $99.99 on a two-year agreement if you buy it alongside the LG G5 on AT&T's Next plans.

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