The LG Watch Style and LG Watch Sport are coming to Canada soon

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  • Many99

    Does anyone know if you can use lg watch sport with androidpay (when it comes to canada) with an iPhone

    • You should be able to use the LG Watch Sport with an iPhone, there’s better iPhone compatibility coming with Android Wear 2.0 but I’m not sure about Android Pay since it’s not officially in Canada

    • Smanny

      Android Pay only works with Scotia Debit or Visa cards. So all other cards are currently not supported.

    • My understanding is that’s been blocked as well, though it did work for a few days.

    • Android Pay won’t work until it officially launches in Canada.

    • Chad

      Why not just get an Apple Watch ?

    • Many99

      i just think rounded watches look better

    • Chad

      Reasonable enough. For me the Apple Watch is more a device that I use for utility etc and less a fashion accessory.

  • purdy44

    I’m hoping Android Pay comes to Canada soon. Would consider selling my Fossil Q Marshall for the Sport

  • jay

    Everything was wow until the price tag.

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  • Francois Nguyen

    Bah. The 240 mAh battery in the LG Watch Style is a huge turn-off (more so than the price). I fear that this watch won’t even last 24 hours, even with the Snapdragon Wear 2100 chip. The hidden fact that straps in the LG Watch Sport may not be changed (it contains antennas based on an Android Police article) is also worthy of a facepalm.

    I’ll pass.

  • JD

    Why are they so damn frugal with the memory?

  • mike m

    by the time it comes to canada it will be old…

  • mike m

    google wifi is still not here..

  • Mark Roberts

    “Similar to Google’s now defunct Nexus smartphone line and its current Pixel devices, the smartwatches are set to be the first wearables to run Android Wear 2.0…”

    What does this mean? I don’t get why these watches are similar to the Nexus and Pixel line.

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