Update: LG has tweeted a brand-new photo of the LG G Watch (see over) sat on someone’s wrist, giving us a clearer perspective of the square option to the Moto 360. Keep in mind the lack of LG branding.
In the very same tweet, LG stated the wristy gadget “coming soon”, and we absolutely really hope that holds true.
Original tale below …
Google simply revealed its brand-new modified Android Put on OS made for wearables, however LG is currently getting on the platform with its G Watch.
LG announced it’s functioning carefully with Google to produce the G Watch, which it intends to release by the second quarter of 2014.
Thanks to the comparable operating system architecture, LG promised its watch will collaborate with an assortment of Android mobile phones.
The smartwatch will certainly likewise operate in a similar fashion the Moto X, requiring individuals to only say “Okay Google” before asking inquiries or saying commands.
Chatting into your wrist
LG’s initial little teaser
LG is remaining peaceful on the G Watch’s precise specifications and other information, including the amount of it will set you back. But from the very early pictures it’s clear the smartwatch is being made very closely under the guise of Google as with LG’s formerly partnered products such as the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition
“The possibility to work with Google on LG G Watch was the perfect chance for LG to really take out all drop in both design and design,” Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and Chief Executive Officer of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Firm, stated in a release.
LG may be dipping its toes in the present wearable market, however it wants to relocate beyond its previous attempts, that included the 3G Touch Watch Phone from 2009 and the 2008 Prada Link.
- Visit Android Wear, the smartwatch OS that will energy the LG G Watch