Earlier tonight, we provided three photos showing off the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style. Of course, the photos contained within that post weren't very good at all, very low-resolution and could hardly be seen. Yes, it requires some eye squinting to make much out of those photos, but luckily, renown leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks) has provided some photos that you're bound to enjoy.
Blass wrote "LG Watch Style, in silver (top) and rose gold (bottom)" on his Twitter page earlier this evening at around 8:49PM, providing two photos of the LG Watch Style that showcase the two colors designated for the Google watch (silver, rose gold). As can be seen, the body of each watch resembles the designated colors, with matching wristbands that make these appear as actual watches and not necessarily smartwatches from afar. The Rose Gold LG Watch Style is clearly a color intended for women, as a number of other companies (Samsung with its Rose Gold Gear S2 Classic, among them) use Rose Gold as a color for female buyers.
The LG Watch Style appears to be quite similar to the former women's model of the Moto 360, Motorola's Android Wear-powered smartwatch that has been removed from the Google Store due to the company's long-term exit from the smartwatch market.
What we know about the LG Watch Style, apart from its color offerings, is that it will feature a 1.2-inch Plastic OLED (or POLED) display with 360 x 360p screen resolution, alongside of Bluetooth and WiFi (no cellular data here as with the LG Watch Sport), among other things. Both the Watch Style and its more tech-specced Watch Sport will feature Android Wear 2.0 and Google's Google Assistant AI, and these smartwatches will be the first Android Wear smartwatches to have the major update and AI integrated right out of the box
We should hear something around February 9th when Android Wear 2.0 lands. Until then, take a look at the new high-res photos below and let us know which one(s) you're interested in or if you're waiting on the Watch Sport (or neither).