Thursday , March 22 2018

LG G Watch may be powered by a Snapdragon 400 processor

LG G Watch
The specs for Androidwear smartwatches, such as the LG G Watch and Moto 360 are yet to be confirmed. With the exception of some leaked photos and videos we know very little about them, particularly the internal specifications.

The system dump which leaked last week, appears to be from the LG G Watch, and points to the MSM8226 processor more commonly known as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor running under the hood of LG’s samrtwatch.

This is the processer that is currently used in the popular Moto G and will be used in the yet to be released LG G Pad 7 tablet.

With Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch having pretty ordinary battery life, it will be interesting to see how LG and Google overcome this issue.

Anyone hanging out for a LG G Watch or do you have your eye on the Moto 360?

Source: phonearena.
Via: androidguys.

Jamie Saltmarsh  

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I really can’t decide between the 2, I know I’m probably going to buy one of them, but I think I need to see both forms in action to decide whether I like a square or circle face. Moto 360 appeals more to me in pictures so far, but it seems notifications display better on the G watch. Roll on Google I/O…

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Jamie Saltmarsh

Hey Dylan, I just purchased a G Pro 2 so I guess I’m a bit biased but the Moto 360 looks good too.

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