June 10, 2014
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LG G Watch Tweet

Earlier today we reported that the LG G Watch will be offered for free to all Google I/O 2014 attendees, but that’s not the only G Watch news heading our way. While we already knew what the G Watch looked like and know a reasonable amount about the Android Wear UI, newly leaked details allegedly give us a more detailed look at what the G Watch’s specs will bring to the table.

The leaked charts come by way of @upleaks, the same leaker that recently brought us a system dump for the G Watch. If the charts prove correct, the G Watch will offer a 1.6-inch display with a 280×280 resolution, 4GB storage, and a 400mAh battery with a standby time of 36 hours and will take 2 hours to fully charge. The watch will have the overall dimensions of 37.9 x 46.5 x 9.95mm and will weigh in at 61 grams. The chart also says the device has 4GB RAM but this is obviously a typo, we’d imagine it will offer RAM that’s somewhere in the 512 – 1GB range — though that’s really just speculation on our part.

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Can we learn anything else from the leak? Not a whole lot more, but the spec sheet does reveal a few other minor details such as the fact that the watch has multi-language support for English, Spanish, French, Korean and Chinese. There’s also mention of the ability to take memos and send text messages using your voice. Apart from the leaked charts, a tweet from upleaks on June 4th also claims the G Watch will be powered by a quad-core 787MHz Snapdragon CPU.

The LG G Watch is looking to be a pretty powerful device, though how it directly compares to other Android Wear devices remains unseen. We suspect we’ll learn more soon enough, with Google I/O 2014 about two weeks away now.

Andrew Grush
Andrew is dedicated to reporting on the latest developments in the world of Android, and is very passionate about mobile technology and technological innovation in general. While he appreciates Android in all of its forms, he prefers a clean stock experience when possible and currently rocks a Nexus 5. Andrew also loves to engage with his readers, and welcomes well-thought-out conversations and responses in the comments section!
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