Last month, Google announced its Android wear SDK for wearables. Soon after Google unveiled its Android Wear platform, Motorola showcased its Moto 360 and LG Showcased its LG G Watch smartwatches running on Android Wear. Apart from these SmartWatches, other manufactures may also release smartwatch running on Android Wear.
Until now we don’t have much details about LG G Watch, but now we have somewhat details about upcoming LG G Watch. Pocket-Lint has managed to grab some pictures of upcoming G Watch in every possible angle.
LG G Watch wont have any buttons on the device at all. The design offers a solid, seamless build which isn’t heavy but feels like premium device. The strap of watch can be changed, this will give more customization options. User can select straps according to their choice.
As you can see in the image above, both Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 and LG G Watch are compared side by side. The LG G Watch gives more premium feel and also it doesn’t have any physical button like Gear 2.
Specification of LG G watch is not revealed but it will be powered by Android Wear. IT will be tightly integrated with Google Now and other Google Services. LG G Watch will be released in July. It will be priced at £ 180(Rs. 18,000) and will be launched in July in United Kingdom.