The LG Watch Sport isn’t the only new Android Wear 2.0 watch today; Verizon has also announced that they’ll exclusively be carrying the Wear24 smartwatch that managed to fly under the radar up until now.
The watch offers a slim, modern design that might be a little boring compared to some other options, but it looks like a very solid option for someone looking for something unassuming. When you’re talking about a watch, that’s not a bad thing.
It sports all of Android Wear 2.0’s new features, plus has a constant connection to Verizon’s speedy LTE network to keep you in touch while you’re on the go. There are a few unique watch faces to the Wear24, but overall it’s a fairly vanilla offering.
The biggest selling point is that it’s slightly less expensive than the competition. You can pick up the Wear24 for just $299, which undercuts other watches by a few bucks. You can add it (or any connected smartwatch) to your plan for just $5 per month, or you can have a 1GB single device plan for only $10 if you’re not on Verizon for your other devices.
Anybody considering this over some of the other Android Wear 2.0 watches?