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Système d'exploitationAndroid Wear
Ecran1.65 pouces
ConnexionsBluetooth 4.0 LE
Résolution de l'appareil photo240 Mégapixels
Appareils compatiblesSmartphone
Type de batterieLithium Polymer
Batterie rechargeableNon
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Numéro du modèle de l'articleG Watch Buddy
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr17 septembre 2015
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Smartphone Companion 24 novembre 2015
Par Larkhall - Publié sur
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I've put off purchasing a Smart Watch for one specific reason: Price.
I wouldn't even consider buying one and thought carrying around my smartphone was enough, and a watch would be unecessary.

Well, the price has dropped significantly a year later to under $100, so I decided to check out the LG G Watch. And I Love it.

When looking at styles of smartwatches, the decision is either round or rectangular. I'm not particularly drawn to either one. It's purely based on preference. I liked the LG G and it's 1.65” screen since this is so much more than a watch and I like the mini-phone rectangular shape. It can do way more than I'll need. Will I use the camera function to control my phone camera? Don't know but it's a cool feature. You can control the front and rear cameras, flash, and self-timer. You will see what your phone sees on the watch screen, and with two taps you can snap a photo.

Getting started – choosing a watch face is as easy as pressing and holding the screen for several seconds. A bunch of watch faces scroll by and you pick one. There are tons more faces to choose from various apps, but be aware some faces can be battery hogs.

The face could be a little smaller – or the screen slightly larger – as there is a bit of unused space with the bezel. The size fits my slim wrist nicely. I don't like thick bulky watches and this is pretty slim. The watch is extremely comfortable to wear.

OK Google! If you're familiar with “OK Google” you will be using the voice command to speak to the G watch and tell it one of the many things you want it to do.

Navigate to a destination, record a reminder, See your Agenda (Calendar), email, text, take notes, show you how many steps you've taken (with adjustable goals), play music on your phone, set an alarm – this watch does so much, and does it very well.

I am using the Wear Mini Launcher for quick swiping to go to apps. Once swipe from left to right opens your app drawer. An additional swipe will bring you to another page of quick launchers for brightness, ring your phone, music, etc. See photo above. It displays your watch battery percentage as well as your phone battery percentage. Why would this be useful? I find myself not looking at my phone, so it's a quick reminder if the phone needs to be put on a charge. There is also a quick launcher right on your home screen which brings up a page of color icons (see photo) like “contact phone” if misplaced.

Misplaced. This is one of the best things about having a smart watch. Unlike forgetting where I put my phone (Yup, memory problems), the watch is always attached comfortably to your wrist. I have a habit of leaving my phone on mute and miss calls. With the watch, I'll be notified of that incoming call. While you cannot use the watch as a phone, you take the call, and speak on your phone.

Texting – no more missed texts. They pop up on the watch and I can reply via voice to the text right on the G Watch. Or just say:

“OK Google”
Say Send Text
Say recipient's name
Speak the message.

It will automatically send the message, so speak carefully.

The only issue I have with speaking to a watch is turning my arm towards me and the screen wakes up very quickly. I am an extreme case dealing with pain, so just doing this and holding it in that position hurts my arm and elbow. However, I don't think this would be an issue for most people. Additionally, I have found a way to relieve the pain without needing to hold my arm up. With my arm in a resting position, I Tap the screen once, Once awoken, I can give the “OK Google” command which it hears without the watch being near my face. Then I just give a command. Or I can still easily read the notifications, emails, texts on the large watch face. Something to help with pain is a huge plus for me.

I have difficulty with arm, hand, finger pain (amongst others! Just doing a review I have to type in stages because of the pain) so I really liked that I didn't have to hold my phone to look at it for anything unless I absolutely needed to, such as make a call. If you have body pains, stiff fingers, find it difficult to hold the latest phablet, the G Watch is a great way to get around the phone with less pain.

Notifications can get on my nerves, but again, having reminders right at my wrist is a huge bonus. I forget more than I remember. I limit which apps that I find useful to push notifications to the watch. I don't have tons of notifications on my phone, and keep it this way on my watch. I like it simple.

It's unbelievably convenient to have a pop up notification telling me my Amazon package will be delivered. I don't need to be near my phone (see photo) – which is a good thing since my phone spends a good amount of time re-charging away from me.

Which brings me to battery life for the G Watch. It is what I expected. It has lasted me a full day into the next morning with moderate use and playing around with it since I just got it. The more I used it, obviously the battery drained quicker. But, like with (or better than) a smartphone the battery lasts all day before getting pretty low. As I don't sleep with it (unlike my Garmin, which monitors sleep) I find it perfectly fine to take it off at the end of the night and put it in it's magnetized cradle and charge it up for the next day.

By utilizing the watch, I've come to save battery life on my phone.

Frankly, had I known more about the G Watch and it's convenience and capabilities, the original price would not have been so bad. But for it's current price of around $80, I highly recommend this at an affordable price. It's a great intro to smartwatches without investing hundred of dollars. As I continue learning the features, naturally future watches will do even more, and I am much more likely to invest now that I have experienced my first Smart Watch.

If you have any questions I can possibly help answer, please ask.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I love it, now that I've tweaked things to manage battery life... 7 janvier 2016
Par Pamski - Publié sur
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This is an upgrade for me from the 1st generation Pebble. Setup was easy, it looks great, and it fits my Nemesis Black Wide Leather Cuff Wrist Watch Band perfectly. (I unsnap the bottom snap to attach the watch to the charger.) I may buy more cuffs now, because its easy to swap them out, and I'm a rebel. It paired easily with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

I didn't get to play with it as much as I would have liked last night because it spent most of its evening, and power, updating. But once it was finished, I found some cool watch faces, set up a sleep monitoring app, made sure it was fully charged again, and went to sleep.

When I woke up this morning I discovered IT WAS DEAD. Not low battery. DEAD. Overnight. While I slept. While I was not actively using it or receiving notifications. It went from fully charged to DEAD in nine hours.

I've since charged it again, and it seems to be discharging at roughly the same rate. I charged it around 11:00 and it's now at 17% at 17:30.

I'm in love with the watch and what it can do for me. It's sleek looking, with no buttons (something to get used to after the Pebble), and the gold detail. I wasn't in love with the white band, but you can use virtually any 22mm band you choose. And though it it large and rectangular, I don't think it looks ridiculously so on my "girl" wrist (I am wearing it in a leather cuff, after all). You turn it on by attaching it to the magnetic charging cradle. I've sent numerous text messages from it using my voice. I just had it read an article to me from my LA Times app on my phone. Once I've had a proper chance to play with it and configure my most used apps, I'm sure I'll be in the "How Did I Ever Live Without It?" club.

But the battery life! I understand from reading some reviews on Google Play Store that the problem is actually with Android Wear, and not the watch (the problem seems to be pretty widespread across brands after some updates released in December, from what I read). So, I don't count this as a knock against the watch itself. But I really hope that Google gets their act together soon, because I'm a busy nursing student and haven't time to stop and charge my watch two to three times a day. At least it charges quickly - in about two hours.

U P D A T E !
Okay, after doing a bit of research and tweaking a few things, I got a whole day's worth out of the watch and I'm much happier. It's been off of the charger since 01:00, it's now 20:47 and battery is at 45%. I have been using it all day, but I have been using it differently.

First, I lowered the brightness to the lowest setting. And it's been good enough. I didn't use it much outside today, but if need be I can always temporarily turn on "Brightness boost".

Second, I turned "Always-on Screen" and "Wrist Gestures" off. It's less of a hassle to tap the screen to wake it than to charge it every six hours. And because I wear the watch at night for sleep monitoring, Wrist Gestures had the screen waking every time I moved.

Lastly, I set it to "Theater Mode" last night when I went to bed. That ensures the screen won't come on at all unless you triple-tap it.

So, the watch is officially a keeper. I just hope Google gets it together and fixes the power hungry Android Wear soon.

I didn't come up with any of this on my own. I found it here:
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very useful extension to a smart phone 6 novembre 2014
Par Luigi Semenzato - Publié sur
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This watch (I own the fully black version) works very well with my Nexus 5.

In general, I feel that a smart watch is an almost unavoidable accessory to a smart phone, especially for those who want to stay connected with minimal effort. I think the biggest challenge is getting the UI right, but this first version of Android Wear is a remarkably good effort. (Unfortunately the UI is too complex to discuss here.)

Physically it would be nice if this watch were a little smaller and thinner. The bezel could be smaller. The rectangular form factor is fine---this is not (just) a watch, it shows text, and that works better on a rectangular display IMO.

- My phone is now completely silent. (It can be configured otherwise, but that would miss the point IMO.) Phone calls and various notifications result in unobtrusive vibrations on the wrist (repeated vibrations for a phone call, a single vibration for a notification).
- I no longer have to pull the phone out of my pocket to see if I need to take the call, or act on the notification.
- Battery life is very good. Typically I have 80% charge at the end of the day. (I leave the display turned off.)
- Placing the phone on the charging cradle is almost effortless, certainly a lot easier than plugging a USB charger in
- Simple replies to text messages can be dictated quickly and effectively.
- Can be used for maps navigation
- The step counter is on by default and it's interesting to know how much one moves around.

- Lots of different settings and options---unclear how to use optimally (but the defaults are quite good)
- Long delay (1s?) when turning the watch towards one's eyes to check the time (annoying but acceptable---I haven't tried leaving it on)
- I wasted a lot of time trying out different watch faces
- Hard to read in strong sunlight (but the phone is hard too, and it's easy to shade the watch with the other hand).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very satisfied 15 octobre 2016
Par Duke - Publié sur
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I realize this review is pretty long, but I personally would love to see more in depth reviews on things before I buy them so hopefully someone else finds this as useful as I would! Thanks for reading...

If you're looking for a simple, low priced and straight forward introduction into the world of smart watches, this is a great starting point.

Set up of the watch was very easy; download the Android Wear app, have it and your phone charged and follow along. It is pretty user friendly in that respect. The only thing I've noticed people not understanding is that there is no power button; to turn the watch on, simply place it on the charger!

As far as style is concerned, I have zero complaint. I've read a lot about round vs square face but honestly it comes down to personal preference. The watch band is extremely comfortable and it sits nicely on the wrist. My wrists are average to small sized, and it looks and feels perfectly fine.

Another big plus for me personally is the ip67 rating, meaning it's dust and water "proof". The watch can be fully submerged in up to 3ft of water for a 30 minute period without causing any harm; which means things like showering or washing your hands are no issue at all. This is great for me as I work with my hands, often in water, dirt, mud, paint etc. The touch screen functionality even seems to stay intact when wet, as I discovered while listening to music in the shower!

As far as the software and functionality for the LG G Watch, it really only has shortcomings to the most discerning of users. Android Wear is the same across all smartwatches that use it, so the differences are fairly slight, in my opinion. The touch capacity is as responsive as I would expect, if not more; keep in mind it's a less than two inch screen to begin with, so there are obviously repeat taps and swipes from time to time. Overall though it gets a thumbs up for me.

Voice recognition has been near flawless in my experience. There are times when it has trouble recognizing less common words, or choosing the correct word (such as too vs two), but these are things that generally get worked out as time goes on. I receive and reply to texts almost exclusively on my watch now, except when discretion is necessary or it's too loud for my voice to be picked up. Notifications come through a half second later than they do on my phone, which isn't really an issue but it's noticeable. The only complaint in this department would be that phone call notifications seem to lag; so hopefully that is something that's been taken note of.

There are alot of apps that work directly your phone and the watch (Facebook, Instagram, maps, most google apps), and plenty more that are designed specifically to download for the watch. All the apps I've used so far work pretty much seamlessly, and if there isn't a watch functionality for something there is always the option to "open on phone" just a couple swipes away.

One thing I really like is that as far as I've read and understand, any watch with Android Wear should continue to recieve updates, as the operating system is not specifically tuned to each brand, unlike the Android system for smartphones. I have received two large updates since unboxing my watch, and virtually all the bugs and shortcomings addressed in older reviews have been fixed. The only instance where updates might stop coming in is of course if certain things begin to exceed the watches processing capabilities. Time will surely tell, but the future of smart watches looks pretty fun and exciting!

In closing I think this is a really great watch, and I would recommend it to anyone looking to give this new world of wearable technology a shot. There are plenty of styles and brands out there and surely much more to come, but at this point in the game and for the prices available now, I don't think the LG G Watch can be beat. By the way, I purchased a refurbished unit for just under $65, and I'm having no issues whatsoever. Thank you for reading if you made it this far, and again I hope it's helpful!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 LG G in use with Runtastic, OnePlus One, and Polar H7 - works great! 26 janvier 2015
Par Tracy R. - Publié sur
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I've had this watch for a little over a week, so these are initial impressions, but so far, I've been very pleased. This purchase was part of a multi-product approach, so please excuse the rambling into other products. I am a runner, and had been using a HTC One mini and the app Runtastic to track my runs. I cracked the screen on my phone months ago, and was finally getting around to purchasing a new phone. I very much like Android. I've used both Blackberry and iPhone in the past, and feel Android gives me the most flexibility along with app availability.

I decided I wanted to find a way to better monitor my runs, during a run, via a watch (vs. just the voice feedback), include a heart rate monitor, and not buy a GPS style watch that I would then have to sync up to Runtastic. And of course, it all needed to work well together, and if I could get perks like advancing songs, or seeing who was calling or texting during a run, and not have to pull my phone out of my running belt, all the better. And, I didn't want to spend a kajillion dollars accomplishing all of this. So, as part of a two week research product, I landed on the One phone from OnePlus, the Polar H7 bluetooth heart rate monitor, and this LG watch.

The all work fantastic together. Runtastic is one of the few apps that has made a version for Android Wear. I am able to choose the 3 items I want to display on the watch (such as hr, speed, distance, pace, etc.). I am also able to pause, and stop the activity from the watch. The initial start of an event has been a bit unresponsive, so I've been starting it on the phone and then immediately pausing it, then restarting it from the watch, after I tuck the phone away. The display is fairly intuitive, and the swipes only take a day or so to get used to to. I like that I can customize the types of cards that appear on the phone, such as email alerts, texts, whatsapp alerts, etc. I've also used it with Googlemaps, and so far it's worked well. It does a little vibrate on your wrist as you get close to a turn, and I found this much less dangerous than unlocking my phone and then glancing down. I am also one of those people that doesn't always feel a phone vibrate when it's in my pocket, or depending how loud the surroundings, hear the alert tone, so the vibrate on the wrist has been great. The step counter has been fun too. I had initially just planned on wearing it for work outs, but these additional perks are turning it into an everyday watch. (Word of caution, if you go to a bar on a Saturday night with it on, even just a neighborhood one with $2 drafts, you will be made fun of. At least by my friends. :) )

I have not tried the microphone piece yet, so I can't comment on the voice commands. I don't mind that it doesn't have a speaker, as most of my calls are in the car over bluetooth. I know some of the other, more expensive watches offer that option, but so far, to me that's not important.

As far as aesthetics go, for small wristed people, this is a big watch, but the band is very comfortable. I have a six inch wrist, and I secure it at the second hole on the band. The face takes up the entire front of my wrist, so this has taken some getting used to. Hope this helps, and any questions, please ask!
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