Featuring a full-metal body and looks to die for, LG’s first ever luxury Android Wear device the LG Watch Urbane looks like something straight out of a Bond flick.

Set to be officially unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2015) in Barcelona this March, the smartwatch looks both sophisticated and high tech all at once, great for those who would love to have the best of both worlds.

Based off the internals of the LG Watch R, the first smartwatch with a full circular plastic OLED (P-OLED) display which LG launched in October last year, this one has a thinner profile and is designed to look more formal rather than be for the active user. Still, it has the same 1.3 inch circular P-OLED display as it’s more modern looking cousin, but has a narrower bezel for sleeker lines and features a stainless steel body in a polished silver or gold finish complemented by a stitched leather strap.

The strap can be replaced by any 22mm wide band of the user’s choosing and the watch itself runs on a touch-based UI that’s compatible with smartphones running on Android 4.3 and above. It also features a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor that can measure heart rate and pulse during excersize (should you be wanting to use the Urbane as a fitness device) and it will display details like recent call history directly on the watch.

As an added bonus the watch also has dust and water resistance to IP67 ratings, so no worrying about ruining your fancy smartwatch with the odd splash of water.

No price yet, but we’re sure to find out once MWC rolls around.


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