LG's highly anticipated watchphone is due to land in the UK next week, but will be exclusive to Orange.
The first devices will go on sale from 9:00am on 27 August at Orange's flagship store in Bond Street station in London. A few more will be made available from the Orange online shop from mid-September.
Those put off by rumours of a £1,000 price tag will be relieved to hear that Orange's "exclusive" price point will be half that, selling for £500 on a pay-as-you-go deal.
"The LG Touchscreen Watchphone is one of several 'future phones' we are bringing to UK consumers this year," said Francois Mahieu, director of devices at Orange UK.
"Being handmade, the device really is highly original and exclusively limited, so you'll be the envy of all your friends if you're fortunate enough to get your hands on one."
Although the concept is not new, previous models have been very bulky and cumbersome. Competitors such as Hyundai have also unveiled competing watchphones in recent months which could create a new genre of mobile device.
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