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An LG smartwatch created specifically for the Audi Prologue appears

This model is specifically designed for Audi and, specifically, right now it works exclusively with your Prologue car (although it is not ruled out that its compatibility is gradually increasing). The case is that in the presentation of this manufacturer at the aforementioned fair that is being held in the US and by the hand of Ulrich Hackenberg, this accessory has been seen. We leave you a video of the most interesting:

A novel design

The truth is that the design of this new product is the most interesting, since it reminds the LG G Watch, but it is not exactly the same. Therefore, we talk about a variant of the current smartwatch of the Asian company And it could even be a preview of the LG G Watch 2 (which some expected to be the game at CES). As for the finish, this tries to imitate that of the Audi Prologue.

The operating system is Android Wear, as in all smart watches that LG has developed to date, but it includes some elements that make it communicate in the best possible way with the Audi model. An example of what we say is the inclusion of technology NFC, which allows you to establish secure connections. This also makes it possible to open the vehicle doors – even with a discharged battery.

Shared information

Thanks to the inclusion of different sensors In the LG smartwatch, you can use the information obtained regarding how the user is doing and, in this way, communicate with the on-board computer of the Audi Prologue to activate or deactivate accessories such as air conditioning. And, even, it offers the possibility to change the music that is being reproduced.

By the way, and finally, it must be indicated that the sphere that is used in the phone is customized for Audi, something that is striking that it was thought that this level of redesign would not be allowed in Android Wear (this may be because it is not a device for sale to the public, but rather it accompanies the car we have talked about). The fact is that it is striking how wearable devices are expanding in all market segments, as this LG smartwatch demonstrates.

Via: SlashGear

UPGRADE: The operating system of this LG smartwatch has been confirmed to be not Android Wear, but Open WebOS (so it is the first to use it and justifies the redesign of the dial adapted to Audi).