On Feb. 8, Google announced the rollout of its long-awaited wearable operating system, Android Wear 2.0. Google also announced it had partnered with LG to develop the first two Android Wear 2.0 devices, the LG Watch Style and the LG Watch Sport. While both devices include a number of useful features, the LG Watch Sport is the more sophisticated option of the pair, offering wireless connectivity over LTE networks. So this slide show will focus on the Sport model. In addition, the LG Watch Sport features a 1.4-inch round display, is certified for water- and dust-resistance and comes with near-field communication technology for mobile payment applications It supports Google’s mobile apps including Google Play and can exchange data with Android and Apple iOS devices. In the following slides, eWEEK will talk about the LG Watch Sport’s features and explain why both Google and LG believe it will be a fine competitor to the market leader Apple Watch. Read on to learn more about LG Watch Sport.