More details about the LG G Watch - the first wearable to use Google’s Android Wear operating system - have leaked online, claiming it will have 1.6-inch display with a resolution of 280 x 280.
The watch will have 4GB of internal storage and be powered by a 400mAh battery which the leak claims will keep the G Watch running for 36 hours. This figure is the same as Mobile Choice has previously heard, and we also understand the screen will be permanently illuminated, unlike the Samsung Gear 2.
Using Android Wear, users will be able to dictate text messages and memos to the G Watch. It is claimed the gadget will go on sale in the UK on 7 July, which seems plausible given Google’s annual I/O developer conference kicks off on 25 June. It is also claimed all attendees will receive a free G Watch.
As for price, we expect the G watch to cost around £170 to £200.
Source: UpLeaks (Twitter)