Almost two months after we first laid eyes on it at IFA 2013, the LG G Watch R is finally ready to go on sale. LG's second-generation smartwatch sports the look of a more traditional timepiece, along with an improved, brighter P-OLED display and a greater focus on design. This thing actually looks like a watch, and though the feel of this wearable doesn't match up to that of a high-end wristwatch, it's a substantial improvement on LG's earlier efforts.
We've been using the LG G Watch R for the past several days, ahead of its global launch, and we'll have a full review for you to read here on Android Central very soon. In the meantime we've collected a photo gallery showing the device from just about every angle imaginable, both indoors and outdoors.
Head on past the break to take a look!
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