The LG G Watch rumours have been floating around for quite sometime now. We even know that the Smartwatch from LG is coming next week at Google I/O event. This has all driven excitement for the Smartwatch that will definitely revolutionize the industry that seems to be stale at the moment. LG announced the G Watch in March this year and went ahead to say that it will be powered by Android Wear.
With the expected release next week, a new photo has surfaced on the internet showing the G Watch connected to microUSB. This is the first time a photo of the G Watch has surfaced showing it connected to a MicroUSB.
One key thing from the photo is the watch is asking the user if he/she wants to install the Android wear app on his or her Smartphone. This will probably be a required step if you are to use any Android wear powdered device.
The G watch will be available as from July 1 and will be sold through Google’s play store at first. It will be retailing at $199 (approximately Kshs. 17,500 before taxes).
The G watch is expected to a 1.65 inch screen with 280×280 resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor under the hood,512 MB of RAM, 4GB memory and a 400 mAh battery.