Few days ago we saw Google officially launching Android Wear 2.0 and the announcement of the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style, which are both designed with Google. They will be the first smartwatches to run Android Wear 2.0 right out of the box. Verizon is one of the distributors to the watch. But they are getting into the action with their own brand new line of smartwatches. They are calling it the Wear24.
That is basically all we know about it. Verizon said that it will also run Android Wear 2.0. Some basic features have been notified on their description, but not much. We know that it has a round touch screen. No details on the size or quality of the touch screen. The Wear24 support making calls without using your smartphone. Has built in LTE connectivity and it is water resistant. The watch can submerge in up to 3.3 feet for about 30 minutes. Verizon also says that the watch faces will change according to your location. Like if you were at your home or at your office, it will change in contrast to the environment. So we can guess it has GPS
The price tag on the Verizon Wear24 is $299.99 and it will be out for sale from March with a new two-year contract. So far so good.
Source | Verizon