Yesterday LG unveiled their new high end Android smartphone, the LG G3, we were also expecting to find out more details about the LG G Watch, although there was no official announcement from LG on the device.
It would appear that we have some more information on the LG G Watch, according to the Guardian, this new smartwatch from LG will launch in July in the UK and it will retail for around £180.
So far we know that the LG G Watch will come with a 1.65 inch touchscreen display that is said to have a resolution of 280 x 280 pixels, as yet there are no details on what processor it will use, although it is said to come with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage, it will also come with Google’s new Android Wear.
Yesterday we heard that the G Watch will come with cellular and data functions as the device will feature its own SIM card slot in the form of a USIM. This means that the G Watch will be able to work independently of smartphones and tablets for making calls, receiving and sending texts and more.
The company also told the Guardian that they are working on other wearable gadgets, which are at an ‘experimental stage’, although no details on what these devices might be were revealed.
As soon as we get some more details on exactly when the new LG G Watch will launch, along with a list of full specifications, we will let you guys know, in the mean time, have a look at a preview video of the new LG smartwatch that was released recently.
Source The Guardian
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