LG announced the LG G watch a while back, and like the new Moto 360, the device has yet to be made fully official, so we do not know all of the specifications on this new smartwatch.
This is expected to change at the Google IO Developer Conference which starts tomorrow, as Google will be releasing more details about Android Wear, and we are expecting more information on the LG G Watch and the Moto 360.
We heard previously that the LG G Watch is expected to launch next month, and there was a rumored launch date for the device in the UK of the 7th of July.
This new Android Wear smartwatch is rumored to come with a 1.65 inch display that will have a resolution of 280 x 280 pixels, the device is also rumored to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and will apparently come with 4GB of built in storage, as yet there are no details on RAM, although we suspect between 512MB and 1GB, it is also said to feature a 400mAh battery.
The LG G Watch is rumored to come in two versions, one with a SIM card slot that will apparently only be available in South Korea, this version will be able to work independently of smartphones and tablets. The other version is said to be used in conjunction with your Android smartphone and tablets.
What we have heard from a number of sources is that this new Android Wear smartwatch will be price competitively, and the device is rumored to retail for around £160 in the UK, and around $199 in the US.
We are hoping to have full details on the new LG G Watch, and also the Motorola Moto 360 smart watches when they are shown off at the Google IO Developer Conference tomorrow.