LG G Watch specifications leaked, to come with a 1.65-inch display, Snapdragon 400 processor; Free LG G Watch to I/O 2014 attendees

Thursday, June 12, 2014

/ by Ritij Khurana
The Google I/O event is one of the most anticipated events in the world of technology as Google always has a slew of announcements to make at it. This year’s event will kick off on the 25th of June and the latest reports suggest that Google will be giving away a LG G Watch based on Android Wear to each of the attendees. Google has always had this tradition of giving away a gadget to its attendees of the I/O event.

In addition to the news, a new leakster called @upleaks has leaked the specifications and features of the LG G Watch. The leaker is the same who leaked the system dump of the G Watch last week.

LG G Watch

Talking about the event first, it is focussed primarily on the developers to help them understand the hardware of the devices Google has in mind and develop applications accordingly. This year’s event will be concentrated towards wearable technology with Android Wear being the centre of attraction for the majority part of the event. It might give a hint about its Android Silver Program as well.

LG and Motorola have already announced their smartwatches based on Android Wear platform and the event will play host to at least one other manufacturer showcasing its smartwatch. Rumour has it that it will be Asus.

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In another news, specifications and features of G Watch have been leaked online. According to @upleaks, the LG G Watch will come with a 1.65-inch TFT LCD display with resolution of 280 x 280 pixels, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (APQ8023) processor, Adreno 220 GPU and 512MB RAM. The smartwatch is said to be 9.95mm thick and weight 61 grams.

Other specifications include 4GB internal storage, 400 mAh battery with 36 hours standby time and 2 hour time to charge fully and Bluetooth 4.0 LE. Software features include Multi-language (English, Espanol, Franch, Korea and Chinese), Quick Access Mode, Voice Memo (take a note through voice command) and SMS (send SMS through voice command).

Wearable technology is being seen as the next big thing and Google is supposed to focus around the same at the event. Let us see what all the event has in store for us once it begins on the 25th of June.

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