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LG Shows Off G Watch, a Google Android Wear Smartwatch



/ 2 years ago

The first Google Android Wear-powered smartwatch to be released will be the LG G Watch, and indicates the South Korean electronics company is ready to throw down in a competitive market.

The LG G Watch has the following specifications: Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1.65-inch LCD, 512MB RAM, 4GB memory, and Bluetooth 4.0.  It measures 37.9×46.5×9.95mm and weighs 63 grams. The smartwatch is running the Android Wear.

Here is what Dr. Jong-seok Park, LG Electronics Mobile Communications president and CEO, said in a statement:

“As one of the first to market with Android Wear, LG wanted to develop a product that functions as an essential companion device but most importantly, was simple to use.  We wanted a device that would be simple to learn and so intuitive that users wouldn’t even have to think about how to use its features.  That’s what the LG G Watch is all about.”

Interested consumers can pre-order the watch via Google Play for $229 (£135).

The smartwatch market is getting crowded, with Samsung, Pebble, and multiple other companies competing with one another.  Don’t forget Apple also wants to make a big splash in the surging market, to carve out a piece of the pie for itself.

Thank you to LG Electronics for providing us with this information

Image courtesy of LG


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  • Wayne

    Now is not the time to get must have fever. They’re still way too expensive, not enough apps and they don’t offer any additional functionality over your phone. Give it a few years for the tech to mature then maybe things will be different, not to mention you will probably be able to scoop up some Chinese thing for a steal.

  • gadgety

    “The smartwatch market is getting crowded, with Samsung, Pebble, and multiple other companies competing with one another.”

    Not crowded enough, Pebble, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, LG, Apple (rumor). Interestingly the large wrist watch conglomerates are staying out, probably because the success factors to bring the product to market are different.