The LG G Watch is the company’s first Android Wear powered Smartwatch that was unveiled last month is going to be available before July for less than 180 GBP in UK. The company promised that this device would be launched in the second quarter of 2014 and they are keeping up the promise.
The company showed a non-working prototype of this G Watch in the event held in UK and it will be the final version. However the specifications of the device was not circulated but mentioned that it will be having changeable straps as we have seen in the Samsung Gear Fit. This Smart watch from LG is larger than the Gear 2 and as we know it will be running on Android Wear.
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From the original mock-up pictures we have, that were already got to us by LG we can say that there will be no hardware buttons on this device. LG also reported that they will be considering the round option of this smart watch for it users in the future. Just like what we saw in the Moto X Smart phone the users will be able to initiate voice commands by just saying OK Google.
The Smart watch is expected to unveil at the company’s developer conference that scheduled in June, Google I/O, the Search Engine announced that it is working with many of manufacturers including LG, Motorola, and Fossil to bring smart watches that work seamlessly with Android. This device is expected to work with man of the Android powered Smart phone in the market.
“The opportunity to work with Google on LG G Watch was the perfect chance for LG to really pull out all stops in both design and engineering,” Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, said in the release.
So are you waiting to get the specification list of this Smart watch? Stay tuned for more information and data. The device will be available for less that 180 GBP and will be coming in to the market before June.