The South Korean Electronic goods manufacturer LG has announced its first Smartwatch ” G watch” which running Google’s Android Wear, a software project that extends Android to wearable devices. The LG G watch will be available at Eur 199 ($255).
LG G Watch launches in June at EUR 199
LG has revealed that its first Smartwatch will be released in Q2 2014 without specifying any rollout plans of its Smartwatch. And now, according to a French publication, which claims that the LG has confirmed that the LG G Watch will be launched in the France in June at EUR 199. The website does not provide availability of the product in other countries. Earlier, the tech giant LG had already confirmed that the G Watch would be released in UK before July at a priced below GBP 180.
The LG’s first Smartwatch which will follow the user voice-commands when he say “Ok Google”. The LG has not revealed the complete specification of its first Smartwatch. The LG G Watch is coming with a 1.65-inch display which has a 280×280 pixel resolution, and offering 512MB of RAM. The Smartwatch will also packed with a 4 GB of inbuilt storage.
According to some other rumors which said that the LG’s first ever Smartwatch will be coming with the LG G3 Smartphone, which is the flagship device from LG. The Smartwatch might be water and dust resistant and the display of the Smartwatch has flaunted means it never goes to the sleep mode, but it is not fully confirmed till yet.