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The Urbane 2 was poised to be one of the more innovative Android Wear smartwatches, but was recalled within days of hitting shops. LG said that there was some manufacturing defect that was spotted at the last minute, and so the Urbane 2 couldn’t reach consumers.
But now, LG says that it has fixed the defect, which affected the functioning of the device and that it is ready to be shipped, nearly five months after the recall.
The smartwatch would be launching in the US first on AT&T for $199, and would be launched in other regions and with other carriers at a later date.
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