LG G Watch To Sport A 36-Hour Battery

Google’s I/O developer conference is just around the corner and we’re expecting a number of announcements during the event. One of which is the official unveiling of devices running on Android Wear – which at this point in time are the Motorola Moto 360 and the LG G Watch. But of course, the internet being the place where secrets are not easy to hide, a specs sheet of the watch surfaced a few hours…



Google’s I/O developer conference is just around the corner and we’re expecting a number of announcements during the event. One of which is the official unveiling of devices running on Android Wear – which at this point in time are the Motorola Moto 360 and the LG G Watch.

But of course, the internet being the place where secrets are not easy to hide, a specs sheet of the watch surfaced a few hours ago on Twitter. Based on the leaked document, the LG wearable will have 1.65-inch display with resolution of 280 x 280 pixels.

The watch will also pack 4GB of internal storage and a 400mAh Li-Polymer battery which reportedly can last up to 36 hours on standby and can be fully recharged in under 2 hours.

The LG G Watch is expected to be unveiled at Google I/O before the end of the month and should reach consumers by the second week of July. Previous reports have suggested that the watch will sell for a price lower than Samsung’s Galaxy Gear offerings – around AU$322.

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