LG to release Android Wear powered G Watch in UK by July for less than 180 British Pounds
LG, alongside the announcement of Android Wear had divulged G Watch, the organization's first Android Wear-fueled smartwatch a month ago. The company also stated that the watch will be launched in the second quarter of 2014. LG has affirmed to the good folks back at Pocket-lint that the LG G Watch will be available in UK before July for less than 180 British Pounds which translates into roughly Rs 18,138 for us.
LG likewise flaunted a non-working model of the G Watch at an occasion in UK but refrained from mentioning any details about its specifications. It might likewise have alterable straps affirmed LG. LG has also stated that it is considering a round design for the smartwatch in future as well. LG and Google’s partnership has bore some pretty fruitful results in the past and it is set to raise the bar this time around as well.
Google joined forces with a few OEMs including Motorola, Asus, HTC, Samsung and design brands like the Fossil to make smartwatches dependent upon Android Wear and looks like that the future of smartwatches is surely about to change with the same.
Google's Android Wear Platform offers handy data to clients when they require it, and react to spoken inquiries and summons, much the same as Google Now. It can additionally screen your wellbeing and wellness and gives you a chance to get to and control different gadgets. It is quite a handy operating system for a smartwatch and OEMs are all set to make the best use of it.