Ready or not, here's another sighting of LG's G Watch. The soon to be released smartwatch based on Google's new Android Wear platform has been spotted out and about once more, this time as it lies flat on a wooden surface with a charging cable (that looks like it's microUSB) connected to it.
It's got a rubber band in this incarnation, as you can see.
The watch is asking its owner to install the Android Wear app on her or his smartphone first, so it looks like that will be a requirement for using Android Wear devices.
The G Watch is expected to become fully official next week during Google's I/O developer conference. The wearable will apparently be sold through Google's Play Store, it's been recently revealed.
It should be out in Europe this month, and elsewhere on July 1. It will be priced at €199 in Europe, and presumably $199 in the US.
The smartwatch has been rumored to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, a 1.65-inch touchscreen with 280x280 resolution, 4GB of built-in storage, 512MB of RAM, and a 400 mAh battery. It will be water and dust resistant. Its dimensions are 37.9 x 46.5 x 9.95 mm.
big bezels o.O
It looks cheap.
It always amazes me when people say Samsung has a bad design and Apple has a beautiful design while Apple sues them for copying their design. Apple's lawyers disagree with your personal OPINION on Samsung's design.