LG W150 Price in Singapore & Specifications

The price for LG W150 in Singapore starts from SGD 154.4 on Lazada. It runs on a Android Wear operating system, with a 4GB internal memory and a battery life up to 24h hours. This smartwatch weighs in at 66.5g and has a 1.3" POLED display with a Stainless Steel body. The LG W150 supports Bluetooth, connectivity.
The price for LG W150 in Singapore starts from SGD 154.4 on Lazada. It runs on a Android Wear operating system, with a 4GB internal memory and a battery life up to 24h hours. This smartwatch weighs in at 66.5g and has a 1.3" POLED display with a Stainless Steel body. The LG W150 supports Bluetooth, connectivity.
Display Size


Display Resolution

320 x 320pixels

iOS compatibility


Android compatibility


Recommended at Lazada
S$ 154.40
S$ 377.37

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Cheapest LG W150 Price in Singapore is S$ 154.40

The LG W150 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest LG W150 price in Singapore is S$ 154.40 from Lazada. LG W150 price details are updated December 2020.

LG W150 Price Guide

Price List by Country for LG W150

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 573.33 S$ 188.00
Philippines PHP 4,917.00 S$ 137.00
Singapore SGD 154.40 S$ 154.00

LG W150 Specs

Display Size 1.3"
Display Resolution 320 x 320pixels
Always-on Display No
Multi-touch Yes
Pixel Density 245ppi
Display Type POLED
Operating System
iOS compatibility Yes
Android compatibility Yes
Operation System Android Wear
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Housing Colour Black
Dimensions (W x H x D) 45.5 x 52.2 x 10.9mm
Weight 66.5g
Housing Shape Round
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Colour Black
Watch Strap Material Leather
Removable Strap Yes
Memory Card Slot No
Internal Storage 4GB
Release Year 2015
Messaging No
Heart Rate Yes
Pedometer No
Sleep Tracker No
Stopwatch No
Music Player No
Radio No
Shockproof No
Water Resistant Yes
Dustproof Yes
Scratchproof No
Built-in Microphone Yes
SIM Card Slot No
Wi-Fi Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Cellular No
Battery Life 24h
Battery Capacity 410mAh
Processor Snapdragon
Processor Speed 1.2GHz
Processor Core Quad Core
Built-in Camera No

Reviews of LG W150

Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Works with iPhone and Android phones, Good battery life
Chunky metal design may not appeal to all
LG, one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the US, has taken their vast experience with consumer electronics to create a solid smartwatch: the LG Watch Urbane. It works intuitively with the Android Wear operating system, and has Wi-Fi connectivity...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-18
LTE connectivity for freedom from phon, Solid fitness tracking too, Android Wear improvements
Bulky desig, Relatively short battery lif, Limited phone compatibilit, Expensive
Say goodbye to smartphone separation anxiety. With its own LTE radio onboard, the LG Watch Urbane LTE ($500 full price on Verizon; $450 with two-year plan; $200 with two-year plan on AT&T) promises to unleash you from your smartphone and still let you sta...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-04
Smartwatches really only came onto the scene in a major way in the past two years — Google, Apple, and Samsung are all hoping it'll be the next big computing platform. Since then, we've seen lots of manufacturers try different strategies for strapping a c...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-17
The LG watch Urbane is a well crafted smartwatch running the latest version of Android wear. Now while I have my reservations on the performance functionality of Android wear. LG has created the first luxury Android wear smartwatch with the urbane. It fee...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-18
The LG Watch Urbane serves as LG's third Android Wear smartwatch. LG first cut its teeth with the LG G Watch, which suffered from serious design flaws. It later released the LG G Watch R, which corrected many of the G Watch's flaws, but entered a market h...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-25
Great build quality and classic design, Beautiful P-OLED full circle display, Relatively good battery life, Changeable straps, Overall compact design (for most wrists), Syncing over Wi-Fi instead of Bluetooth to preserve battery life
Lacks ambient light sensor, The OS needs more polishing, High price tag, Needs more brightness at times
The emerging smartwatch market is growing, but mostly because the concept of these devices is quite new and everyone wants to get their hands on it. Unfortunately, though, there is still a lot of ground to cover and it seems that neither Google nor Apple...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-25
Bestlooking watchstyle smartwatch available, Best display you'll find on a watch, Doesn't scream "nerd!", Some classy new watch faces
Still a little on the chunky side, Swiping scheme still a little convoluted, Watch button is superfluous, Software can still be hiccupy
"Make a nice smartwatch. But don't make it too nice."That's sort of the working line you figure was floating around during development of the LG Watch Urbane . Like the LG G Watch R before it, this model can actually pass as a traditional timepiece, at le...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-23
Strong performance, Great screen, Two day battery life, First for Android Wear 5.1.1
Middling aesthetics, Expensive
LG's hitting its stride in the smartwatch space and the arrival of the LG Watch Urbane makes that abundantly clear. Here's our review of LG's latest Android Wea r(able).With the advent of the Apple Watch , aesthetics have become a key concern for many of...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-11
The LG G4 is an impressive Android smartphone so I looked forward to checking out the new LG Watch Urbane smartwatch. It's definitely one of the classiest Android Wear devices available with a fantastic display that looks great with a suit and tie.My pref...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-23
At $349 dollars in the Google Store, it is the most expensive Android Wear device, dethroning its predecessor (or almost twin sibling), the LG G Watch R, which was also the most expensive product, at $299 (and so was the G Watch before that). Even at this...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-18
Bright display, First to ship with Android Wear 5.1
Bulky and heavy, No ambient light sensor
The best and worst thing about Android Wear watches is that they all run Google's basic platform. Watch makers can add their own custom watch faces, and maybe an app or two, but they can't throw a skin over Google's standard interface as phone makers can....
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Reviewed on 2015-05-18
Very attractive, classic design, Well put together, Waterand dustresistant (IP67), Interchangeable, 22 mm straps, Industryleading battery life, Packs the latest version of Android Wear
Its size and design may hold little appeal to women, Occasional software crashes and slowdowns
When we got our hands on a modern-day smartwatch for the first time back at the end of 2013, we weren't quite sure what to make of this new paradigm. Here was a whole new category, with hype around it reaching a crescendo, and many wondering if it wasn't...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-16
You can understand why Android enthusiasts might be resentful of the Apple Watch. Android Wear has been around long enough for manufacturers like LG to release several generations of smartwatch, but listen to some and you'd be excused for thinking Cuperti...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-15
Improved low-power watch faces, First to get Google's Android Wear improvements, Solid battery life, Smooth performance
Clumsy, ostentatious design, It's the most expensive Wear watch, No ambient light sensor
There are only a few companies out there with as much experience making Android Wear watches as LG. After all, the platform's only been part of the public consciousness for a year and yet this Korean giant has already made three of them. Its first sequel...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-14
Classic design. Sharp screen.
Expensive. Bulky. Stiff leather strap. Android Wear still underwhelms despite 5.1 update
The LG G Watch R already looked good, but the LG Watch Urbane looks even better. That's important, since appearance is really the only thing that sets the two watches apart. The Urbane has a stainless steel finish and a leather strap for that expensi...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-14
Runs Android Wear 5.1.1, Replaceable 22mm bands, Fastest Android Wear smartwatch yet
Clunky and uncomfortable to wear, Tacky cheap-feeling leather band, Expensive
The Watch Urbane , LG's latest Android Wear smartwatch, is what you get when you take the company's G Watch R , replace its plastic case with stainless steel and swap out the generic leather strap with a stitched one.The Urbane is LG's attempt at making a...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-12
Crisp, classic design; fully round, beautiful OLED display; latest Android Wear support; Wi-Fi antenna connects to phone across different Wi-Fi networks; decent battery life (for Android Wear)
Big design won't appeal to many wrists, Android Wear software still doesn't feel all that smooth to use, Wi-Fi connectivity spotty at times, watch is expensive compared to other Android Wear options
Now that the Apple Watch is here, what's Google going to do for Android Wear, Act 2? We may get a more detailed roadmap at Google's big I/O developer conference later this month, but in the meantime, the LG Watch Urbane just might be the raising of the cu...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-12
It's a tale of two smartwatches. Both round, both running Android Wear. One selling for $349, the other for $180. So which watch is the one for you?We're talking, of course, about the LG Watch Urbane and the Moto 360 -- two of the most buzzed about Androi...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-09
Beautiful design, Vibrant OLED screen, Great battery life, Luxury appeal, Comfortable on the wrist, Latest version of Android Wear, Good performance
Premium price, Stainless can be prone to scratches over time
Related – Best Android WatchesLG is no stranger to the smartwatch game at this point and it certainly shows, judging by the design and build quality of its latest offering. The Watch Urbane is classy and elegant, and looks great not just in terms of being...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-08
Latest Android Wear software, Decent battery life, Always-on screen
It's just really, really big, Divisive design, Expensive
It's really bigIn the three-odd months since I last reviewed an Android Wear smartwatch, the platform has actually grown on me. A big reason is that Google has shipped a new version of the software that isn't so dogmatic about making you bark commands at ...
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