Verizon Wear24 Boasts LTE Support and Android Wear 2.0

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There are a number of Smartwatches that run on Android Wear 2.0, like the Verizon Wear24. Of all the interesting features, LTE support excites us the most. With this, the device can be used independently as a phone. It may cost higher than others, but let’s review it first before passing a judgment. The newest version of Android Wear is also substantial as it comes with a number of enhancements. For instance, the interface has become more intuitive. It also now features Google Assistant that can help you get things done.


The Android watch is elegant, but it seems to have a similar language as the Huawei Watch. If you have seen this series before, you may notice it as well. Overall, the Verizon Wear24 looks attractive and exudes a premium feel mainly because metal can be spotted all over its body. When you play closer attention, you will also realize that swappable bands are not present. These set it apart from the Huawei Watch. For those who want to enjoy a personal LTE experience without tethering, this is an ideal choice. Buyers have 3 color choices, which are rose gold, stainless steel, and gunmetal. They are all in style right now.

The Verizon Wear24 is also water resistant, meaning that it can be used in wet environments. Let’s say you are caught in the rain, just keep going because the IP67 certification ensures maximum protection for the device. Heart rate sensor, while important, is not featured, so it can be a problem for those wanting a device solely for this capability. It is clear that the watch is not meant to be a fitness tracker. You need to go for another option. (Also read: Garmin Fenix 5X Looks Rugged and Features a Heart Rate Sensor)

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Inside the bezel sits a 1.39-inch 400 x 400 AMOLED display. The high resolution makes the display look sharp. It is clearly a big selling point for the watch. The outdoor visibility matches the screen quality. Many devices can’t deal with glare, but this one still looks clear even when there is so much light around. However, the screen is almost on the same level as the bezel. You should be careful as this means the screen will be easier to scratch.


The performance is not poor, but not the best, either. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 processor and  paired with 768MB of RAM. Things run smoothly, but it can stutter at times. As opposed to the RAM capacity which could’ve been higher, the storage is spacious. It amounts to 4GB, so there’s much you can allocate for personal data. As for the battery life, it is not bad by any means. It can last 60 hours in standby mode. But if you use the LTE intensively, it will drain faster than expected.

In general, the battery can last up 2 days before it needs charging. Android Wear 2.0 has also been added to provide a unique Android experience. Many people think that this version of Android doesn’t exactly imitate the one for mobile. Interestingly, this update brings us closer to that experience. You will feel familiar with how to access the controls, indicators, and settings. Certain gestures are different, like to check notifications, you need to swipe the screen from the bottom to the top.

Verizon Wear24 specs:

  • 1.39-inch 400 x 400 AMOLED display
  • Non-removable 450 mAh battery
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 Processor
  • 768MB of RAM, 4 GB of Storage
  • Android Wear 2.0 operating system
  • LTE Connectivity
  • 3 color choices; Stainless Steel, Gun Metal or Rose Gold


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