The first Android Wear donning smartwatch has been inadvertantly revealed by a retailer ahead of the platform’s launch at Google I/O.
The LG G Watch, which has been leaked numerous times before, but all details appear to be confirmed by the latest leak which comes courtesy of the Website MobileFun. It’s no surprise that the LG G Watch and the Moto 360 will take centre stage later today at Google I/O when Google announces its wearables centric version of the Android Operating System.
The LG G Watch is expected to be one of the flagship smartwatches for the Android Wear operating system and, according to the leak, is going to cost USD$245.99 (RM 800). The LG G Watch is going to come with a 280×280 pixel 1.6-inch display with 4GB of onboard storage and a 400mAh battery. Which seems rather little but should be able to last over a day for its intended use. The device is expected to be powered by a Quad-core Snapdragon CPU but there is no confirmation as of yet.
With Google I/O just hours away, you can bet that we’re on the edge of our seats waiting for further details on the Android Wear platform as well as the wearable devices coming out of the conference.
Source: Android Authority