Aug 28 AT 3:57 PM Dustin Earley 4 Comments

LG Germany outs pricing, release info for G Watch R

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Announced just last night with no release or pricing information attached, the LG G Watch R looks like its going to be the new Android Wear smartwatch to beat. The question on everyone’s mind, at least everyone at LG, is how much will you be willing to pay for the G Watch R once it finally does launch? Thanks to LG Germany, we may have an idea just how much that will be.

According to the LG Germany press release for the G Watch R, the smartwatch is going to be released in October, just a couple months from now, at 299 euros. If that’s true, we may end up seeing a price along the lines of $300-$350 in the US, putting the G Watch R some $50 to $100 more than the often leaked $250 price tag for the Motorola Moto 360.

We won’t know the exact price of the G Watch R until LG puts it on sale later this year, but there’s a good chance it’s going to cost more than the G Watch and Moto 360. If it does, would you be willing to pay the premium? Until we can get our hands on both of this years most anticipated round Android Wear powered smartwatches, that’s going to be a tough call to make.

Via: Android Police

Source: LG Germany

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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  • steve

    If its more, it better do alot more. I didn’t see anything about answering call on the Moto g. But it is beautiful

  • masterpfa

    Let ‘The Games’ begin
    Battle of the Smart Watches

    I’ll hold back for a little while until more OEM’s enter the field of play

  • BlazeHN

    I dont like a $300 – $350 pricetag… no mather how “fancy” they try to make the watch looks like,

  • Jan

    You should keep in mind that we have a vat of 19%. If you subtract that and consider that pricing in Germany is always a bit higher than in the us it should cost less than 300 us $

  1. steveGuest 7 months ago

    If its more, it better do alot more. I didn’t see anything about answering call on the Moto g. But it is beautiful

  2. Let ‘The Games’ begin
    Battle of the Smart Watches

    I’ll hold back for a little while until more OEM’s enter the field of play

  3. I dont like a $300 – $350 pricetag… no mather how “fancy” they try to make the watch looks like,

  4. JanGuest 7 months ago

    You should keep in mind that we have a vat of 19%. If you subtract that and consider that pricing in Germany is always a bit higher than in the us it should cost less than 300 us $