Tuesday , January 17 2017

LG G Watch powered by Android Wear coming soon

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From the company that brought you the fashion accessory phone from Prada, we can expect big things from LG and this morning on the back of the Android Wear announcement from Google, they’ve announced they’ve been working on the G Watch.

The LG G Watch will incorporate the Android Wear functionality which means Google Now cards everywhere. There’s very little to actually see about the G watch beyond what is shown in the press image above. LG has the technical and design chops, honed by two Nexus phones and a Google Play Edition tablet, to make a high quality product and now we’ll see exactly what they have to offer.

But it won’t be for a while, LG has not announced any official release dates or pricing but Engadget feels that we could see the G Watch in the next quarter. Click below to see the full press release.

 
Source: LG.

Daniel Tyson   Editor at large

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