The LG G Watch is officially a thing, complete with its own web page, though specs have been elusive until now.
Thanks to a series of leaked screenshot type dealios, here we’re getting a look at what’s supposedly the complete LG G Watch spec sheet.
The story so far: one of the first Android Wear devices, the LG G Watch is being developed in close collaboration with Google, though it’s definitely an LG product as opposed to, like, a Nexus smartwatch.
LG has already told us the G Watch will be “always on”, with resistance to dust and water, and a choice of Stealth Black and Champagne Gold faces.
Oh, but don’t confuse it with the LG W Watch, which sounds like a separate thing, with a more overt focus on fitness. Phew.
Turning our attention to @upleaks (not to be confused with the more established and proven @evleaks), we’re told LG G Watch specs will include Bluetooth 4.0, an APQ8206 processor, and a 400mAh battery lasting up to 36 hours in standby – and charging in less than 2 hours.
Further LG G Watch specs include a 1.65in display with 280 x 280 resolution, 4GB internal storage, 4Gb of RAM (correct me if I’m wrong, but I think that equates to 512MB), and the ability to dictate notes and SMS messages through voice.
And that’s about the size of it for now. Expect more LG G Watch info from Google I/O at the end of the month. Prob’ly.