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LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition Verizon

Key Features

  • LG's First LTE Android Wear Smartwatch
  • Stainless Steel 316L, Brushed Metal Finish
  • 1.38" Full Circle P-OLED Display
  • 570 mAh Battery
  • Internal Memory: 4 GB (up to 2.4 GB usable)

available colors:


1.38" Full Circle P-OLED Display

Catch a glimpse of your smart world with a brilliant display that flaunts vivid color and excels in outdoor visibility.


Stand-Alone Connectivity

LG’s first Android Wear smartwatch with cellular connectivity lets you make and receive calls or send texts - without the use of your phone.†


Authentic Design

Liberate your style with a sporty watch that looks good, feels great, and is engineered for every occasion.


Android Wear™

Now get independence and compatibility! This watch works seamlessly with your phone so you can keep up to date, check social status, and stay in sync.*

*Compatible with phones running Android™ 4.3

Android Wear
Technical Specifications
LG Available Accessories

What People Are Saying

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Watch Band I have had my LG cell and watch for a few months. While I love my cell I recently had an issue with the watch. The watch band became detached. AT&T (my service and where I purchase) can't help. I do not abuse the watch and if I have it for the next few years why would in such a short time a problem arises? I rated this as poor not because of the watch but for the lack of resolution to fix the problem.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I had problems with receiving and making calls,then after trouble shooting the cause,I realized all I needed to do was just forward my calls to the watch instead of using Bluetooth and wifi(because your not always in wifi outside your home) and now using "CALL FORWARDING "It now works grrrrrrrreat! I can leave my phone in Timbuktu if I want to(with call forwarding activated) and not miss a call,text or any message! My calls are as clear as can be expected on this LTE version!! Don't get me wrong, I really wanted the Samsung S3! But they kept playing with my emotions on releasing it and have yet to even give a release date! So I lucked up and found this bad boy on YouTube! The screen is even bigger @ 1.38 then the S3's 1.3!!. it doesn't have the rotating bezel(all touch screen, but still an awesome LTE watch!!! I like my watch a lot! It looks good! It sounds good! It's bigger and has the same rubberized band as the upcoming S3'S!! Check it out on YouTube!
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty good watch , LG calling software is basic I have the watch for ~ 2 months and it has been a pretty good experience. The only problem is with LG calling software which is very basic. For example you cannot call someone from the watch unless you have been calling them from the phone in advance. They are added to the watch agenda as you get in touch with them. Also there is no dialing option for just writing the phone number . Otherwise phone calls are ok on the watch speaker. The watch band is too stiff and leaves marks on your hand.
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought LG Urbane 2nd Edition since April 2016. Yes, you can make calls and receive calls but you have to touching one screen after another. When I'm driving, I can't do that. I tried to make calls by speaking to Ok Google, but it didn't work for me when the watch is not next to the phone. It will work only when the phone is connected to the watch, but that defeats the purpose of having an LTE watch!
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waistband Uncomfortable and no selection to replace Factory band. You spend that much money and can't spend any more on a better band. The rubber band is a bad thing if you out on a hot day Rub's your wrist Raw. Never had a blister on my wrist until now.
Date published: 2016-07-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great Functionality, poor design and execution. As an Android Wear watch, the screen is beautiful, the higher res is definately nicer versus the 320x320 of the G Watch R I had previously. The bigger battery is evident when I go to bed and it's still at 50-60% charge. I wasn't sure I'd like the bigger size, i'm not a fan of the clunky watches, but it's very attractive and well done, I got used to it very quickly. But that's where the love ends. First, the standalone model is not even available for sale, so I had to go to an AT&T store and purchase the watch with a data plan that I had no intention of using, just to get the Urbane2. Second, The stiff rubber band is annoying to deal with. The watch can only lay down in one position on your night stand because of this, and it's stiff to put on and remove at the end of the day. Having a hinge on the band would have helped. Third, The charger, who actually Q&A'd this thing, it's the stupidest, worst implemented idea I've ever seen on a mobile device. The magnet attracts it to the watch but 9 times out of 10 the connectors don't touch, so I have to fiddle with it every time to make it start charging. My G Watch R, set it in the cradle, you had charge. More than once I've woken up and tried to put my Urbane2 on, and it died because it didn't charge during the night. Of course you can't buy extra cables from LG or AT&T so you can't charge it at work w/o bringing your one and only cable with you, which will risk wear and tear. Boo. Fourth, I have to agree with everyone else, make the buttons assignable. Because of what they do now, I never use them, so it's a complete waste of functionality for me. Fifth, you can play ringtones and sounds on the watch, but you can't play MP3s out of the speaker, only via bluetooth headset. I would have liked that just to have the availability in a pinch if I needed music (sleep with watch near my head). Sixth, there appears to be something odd about either the touchscreen, or the execution of the software. When I swipe left to right to go back a menu or to dismiss something, the screen will move about 50% of the way and then bounce back to where it was. If you're used to doing the flick like on the GWatchR, this will fail every time on the Urbane2, you have to wipe it completely across the screen to get it to dismiss or go back. This watch had so much promise, but design and usability really detract from the overall love and value. The software is great, the resolution is great, AndroidWear is great, this physical watch, not so much.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The kitchen sink This watch can do, a lot of stuff. I can even pay using this watch at Starbucks (use barcode). I can even install music and play the music from this watch. It even has a GPS, so you can track your bike runs and more with greater accuracy. Plus Android Wears app ecosystem seems to be growing daily, which makes this watch grow even more in functionality.
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Looks Good but that's it !! Bought one from Verizon 3 days ago, connected for only a few minutes via Bluetooth. LTE never worked. Continued to drop Bluetooth connection, went back to Verizon, they tried a second watch, same trouble as the first one. Swapped SIM cards and VZ Tech was one with LG Tech, still does not work.... Finall was given a full refund, I would buy again if LG would guarantee full functionality for more than 10 minutes. This was the watch I was looking for..... LG delivered a product that is not ready.....
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little touchy but full-featured Connections and connection switches are not fully ironed out yet. Hard buttons should have flexibility. Wear OS is excellent. Screen is great. Better than the Gear S2 by a bunch! Overall quite happy with the watch.
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love my watch My lg urbane 2nd edition the best android smart watch ive ever owned
Date published: 2016-05-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great Smart watch that can make phone calls This is one of the nicer looking smart watches. The display is sharp and clear the colors are vibrant. I think that the display is superior when compared to the Moto 360 2nd addition. The main feature of this watch over most other smart watches is the ability to make cellular phone calls. If you're in a good Cellular service area the watch could make a phone call without any problems independent of your cellphone. The sound is clear and distinct and I've had people tell me they can hear me with no problem. The watch is thicker than the Moto 360 so if you have a very small wrist you might have some problems with this smart watch. The battery life is OK depending upon your usage. I found with normal usage making a couple of phone calls a day that average battery life was a little more than a day. The end of the day I normally have between 15 and 20% remaining. One problem I observed because I drive over a large area is that If you go to a poor or no cellular service area when you return to a good cellular service area the watch has trouble reconnecting to the cellular service. The workaround is to do a hard power cycle reset of the watch. After The power cycle reset the watch will then reconnect to the cellular network and work without any problems. I had contacted my cellular provider regarding this issue and they said the problem was an LG problem. I contacted LG and they implied that the problem was a provider problem. I think it is an issue of this being a new product in need of a firmware update. One other negative issue I found is the band is very stiff and if you have a very large wrist no matter how loose you make the band it will press against the left and right side of your wrist and eventually cause irritation. I read somewhere that part of the antenna for the cellular service is actually in the band and this could be why the sides immediately adjacent to where the band connects to watch are so stiff. Anyone with a normal size wrist would not have a problem.
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from STAINLESS STEEL BANDS PLEASE!!! I love the feel of the watch. Feels premium. And its faster than my MOTO 360. I just hope there's a better way to set up the watch'es notifications. And most importantly.. is PLEASE MAKE A COMPATIBLE STAINLESS STEEL BAND!!!
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great Watch Pro: Great watch, allows to use phone number to be sent to watch. Cons:Impossible to find a spare charging cradle. Battery life not so great. 8-10 hours.
Date published: 2016-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What on Gods Green Earth are these Reviewrrs Doing I personally own the Gear S2 Classic 4g as well as this Urbane 2 ver. 2 and I have experienced none of the issues any of these reviewers are describing. As we would say in the Desktop support field, Problems Exist between chair and keyboard. I love this Watch, more than my phone and the Gear s2 4g put togerther. Sorry guys. No issues here at all...If I were to nit pick; I have large wrists and the band is a little uncomfortable when I first place the watch on my wrist. after two minutes or so I forget its even there. I just love it..
Date published: 2016-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Android Wear Watch but still has limitations. The device itself is great but software is inconsistent. So I rate the actual device as a 5 and the software as a 3. Based on some of the reviews here, the ones who rated this devices lower than a 3 seem to not understand the limitations of Android wear. Those who have used an Android Wear device with Wifi capabilities pretty much know what they will get with this watch. It functions the same way but instead of relying on Wifi it has it's own cellular radio which can be activated by using a compatible plan. (FYI- the plan does not have to be ATT or VZW) Pros -Call quality and the speakers are pretty good too. A lot of people have said that I didn't not sound like I was on a smartwatch. -Build quality -Great Display -GPS builtin -Standalone data radios -A lot of RAM for an Android Wear device -Battery life connected via Bluetooth to a smartphone is excellent. However, Battery life with Cellular on and GPS not so great but still better than most Android Wear devices. I was able to use this watch as a golf range finder with Cellular and GPS and it killed my battery down from 100% to 25%. This was about a 5 1/2 hr round not great but acceptable. However, the remaining 25% lasted me the rest of the day after turning off data and gps then connected via Bluetooth to my smartphone. Quick Cons -Straps are non interchangeable - no biggie -the buttons are not assignable meaning you can't change it's functions. -Software see below for some of the issues Cloudsync works fine with this watch. If you want to know more about cloudsync for Android Wear then I would google it. But it's basically a way for your smartphone and watch to be "connected" without it being connected via Bluetooth. It's great for a run or workout. You just need to have your smartphone turned on and connected to a data source and your watch also needs to be connected to a data source. "Ok Google" should work away from the phone to search and you should be able to get your notifications. However, the voice command sometimes doesn't work. Saying Ok google 10 times to your phone and having it do nothing makes you look weird. =) You will have to manually press the speak button to say your command. A reboot of the watch usually fixes it but then again why should rebooting a device even be necessary. Navigation looks like works away from the watch too but acquiring your location on the watch sometimes takes awhile or it never finds you. So it's hit and miss. The lack of standalone apps like music streaming for a device with it's own data connection is a little disappointing but hopefully that will change in the near future. So great device but either Android wear needs to be updated or LG needs to update their device to fix those bugs I wrote above.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from W200 Can not reply whatsapp in cantonese I bought  a w200 in hk, (ok google) can use to cantonese to chinese word,. But whatsapp, google keep and wechat,can only transfer to mandarine but cannot in
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this product a few weeks ago it's work great
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice watch It's my first smart watch and love it so far. Go Google sending text and taking and making calls all seem to work smoothly keeps dumping calls when I try to use blue tooth for calls but works with music. Software issues??.. but not a deal breaker. I like the style fit and size seems good. battery life is decent got 1 1/2days before it gave it up. Love the watch so far
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Detailed review of LG Urbane 2nd Edition LTE Detailed review of LG Urbane 2nd Edition LTE So I picked up the new version of this watch released on 3/30 and have been using it with it for a week. The first version from last Fall was recalled by LG due to hardware concerns. Here are my initial thoughts on the watch:Looks. The watch is large on the wrist and thick, but beautiful. I have smaller wrists and it doesn't look too large. It will not fit under the cuff of most of my dress shirts. I can live with that since it's a nice looking watch. Hardware. The watch is well made and the casing is metal. The watch is only IP67 so don't go jumping into the water with this. The screen is very good (both colors and resolution), but there is no auto brightness which is annoying. The buttons cannot be reassigned as of right now so you're stuck with contacts, home, and LG health (top to bottorespectively). Software. This is android 6.0.1. If you buy this do so for the ability to wear the watch as a standalone and leave your phone at home. So far, this watch proves closer to being able to do that. Here's why.. first off, the Android wear "ok google" on the LG Urbane 2nd Edition works. You can ask just about any question and it will give you an answer, albeit an abbreviated one if you ask technical questions. However, in order to leave your phone at home you basically want to be able to get/make calls, texts, emails, and also ask for hours, numbers and directions of businesses. The Urbane does all of this just fine with one caveat - it doesn't always connect to the server when being used as a standalone. Sometimes when asking Google to do something, you'll just see the spinning Google circle and it will then say retrying and ultimately say cannot connect or disconnected. Again this only happens on standalone cellular mode and happens intermittently. There seems to be a relationship to quality of the cellular signal strength on the watch to if the google search feature works. Perhaps most importantly, the phone calls and texts have always worked for me. One more thing about the LG Urbane 2nd Ed. that I am not a fan of is that there is no dedicated email application that allows you to see your entire inbox and read entire email contents. This is a drawback if you want to really do any email work on the watch. GPS. I wanted to comment on this because of how important this is. It works by golly! It appears to be working on the Urbane so long as you are outdoors AND you leave your phone on even if it is not with you. Remember GPS is powered by satellites, so being outdoors really helps with your position being detected. So in standalone mode, you'll want to be outside, but it will locate you if you are. If you want navigation to work, your phone has to be on, but the watch does not have to be connected. The Urbane and your phone seem to communicate with one another remotely through your data to the turn by turn data. The Google maps WILL work on the watch by itself with your phone left at home so long getting as its on and connected. Ultimately, the navigation part of maps appears to be somewhat dependent on your phone. Phone calls. The watch works well for making and taking calls. The built in speaker is plenty loud enough and the other person can hear me ok. Keep in mind you need to be in a fairly quiet location to have an enjoyable experience here. The watch phone does work with Bluetooth headsets if you don't want to look like Dick Tracy talking to your watch. Battery life. I'm still testing this out but so far so good when you keep in mind these are watches and have small batteries. Having said this, the Urbane has a 570 mAh battery. Specs say you'll get 24 hours (on Bluetooth connected), but don't plan on getting that with standalone cellular. I'm testing that still and so far I'm on par for maybe reaching 8 hours with light to moderate use. Meh, still not great but about the same as most. Early verdict. If LG can fix the intermittent issues with the "ok google" not connecting to the server in standalone mode then this watch would get a solid recommend from me. The goal is to leave the phone at home and feel confident that your Urbane can make/take calls, texts, emails, lookup businesses, movie times, find directions, navigate and answer basic questions. With the few hiccups of this not connecting despite showing solid network reception has me giving this watch a lukewarm reception. Regardless, it is a keeper and the best smartwatch on the market in my opinion... and It'd better be.
Date published: 2016-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LOVE this watch!!! I bought this watch last week, and I have not taken it off since!!! The UI is smooth, the calling is great (save for those dense areas in brick buildings), and the look is perfect. I would DEFINITELY recommend this watch to anyone that asked.
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Useless unless paired via Bluetooth to a phone I've been through two of these so far. Returned the first to the AT&T store. The second has the same issues. The LTE connection doesn't work. As soon as the phone goes out of Bluetooth range, the watch disconnects from the Internet. Has anybody else been able to use the "ok google" feature when their phone is out of range?
Date published: 2015-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it great watch and price. I recommend it. so far so good
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Feel Like A Kid Again : P It doesn't demand attention and reminds me of my first Timex watch
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Klugie Interface I have had this 24 hours and it is difficult to keep connecting to "OK Google".
Date published: 2015-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from WOW finally an Android Wear driven watch with LTE Looking forward to meet this Watch personally. I've been looking for a real Android Wear Smartwatch with Phone/Data functionality. Now the time is come. Please to meet you, my door is open, step in any TIME, no phone call needed!
Date published: 2015-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it so far:) Bought it today and still playing with it. Very intuitive, easy 2 set up. Wish I could change the band, that's y I didn't give it 5 stars. But I am excitedly waiting for ATT to release their numbersync technology.
Date published: 2015-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great watch I have the att version and have had it for a few days now and wow. Battery life is great easily make it thru a whole day with moderate use with always on screen. The ability to leave phone at home and still have access to texts emails and notifications is awesome.
Date published: 2015-11-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lack of important features !!! No built-in GPS , No NFC functionality... this supposed to be standard features .
Date published: 2015-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice watch! With this watch, i can call all my friends and anywhere. So my best friend Philae was very surprised when i called last night from my personal plane.
Date published: 2015-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bravo lg! Style.Specs.Features & AW ... Perfect! Plan to buy 3 ... been waiting for over a year to jump in to the Smartwatch world, nothing prior to this, was compelling enough or close to the mark ... Until NOW! Jumping in with both feet! Awesome! THANKS! Colorado Joe
Date published: 2015-11-11
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Need to buy a belt for the LG URBANE 2ND EDITION LTE. Can you please suggest a link to buy from?

Asked by: Suraj Joshi
Hello, the band is not changeable, if it is broken, the phone would have to be sent in for repair. Please give us a call at 1-800-793-8896. ^CP
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2018-09-08

Does the watch have GPS?

Asked by: Alfiec
If the watch MUST be paired with a phone for GPS, then it doesn't have GPS. The phone does - the watch DOES NOT.
Answered by: DavidJones
Date published: 2018-08-21

Is Dexcom G5 Glucose Sensor compatible with this watch?

Asked by: Omeed
Hello, you will need to check with Dexcom in regards to compatibility. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-04-25

I need a site to buy a band for my lg urbane 2nd !???

Asked by: Ovdaix
Hello, the band is not changeable, if it is broken, the phone would have to be sent in for repair. Please give us a call at 1-800-793-8896. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-03-01

I no longer want my phone. I have a tablet and I want a smartwatch. Can I use this device as a phone and no longer own a smartphone line?

Asked by: Tdiggity
This watch does have the capability to be used as a standalone device. For best assistance with this inquiry, we recommend checking with Verizon Wireless. You can find their contact information at ^CP
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2018-02-17

Does this watch only work with phones connected to Verizon? And does it still work if its just connected to a phone with Bluetooth?

Asked by: Lydscha
Hello, this watch does require a Verizon SIM Card. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-02-07

Please advise if this watch is compatible with LG V 30 running Android 7.1.2 

Asked by: Zombiecoops
Yes, it is. ^AC
Answered by: amber
Date published: 2018-01-31

My band broke where can get a replacement? BTW, it is out of warranty.

Asked by: Dbird
Parts and accessories can be obtained through our parts distributor, Encompass Parts. Their contact number, for placing orders and pricing information, is 866-779-7906. You can also use their website, at ^CP
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2017-12-02
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