Would an Android Wear smartwatch be successful at $250? Or is it too expensive? What would be the right price for a device you wear on your wrist as an extension of the device you keep in your pocket? And what kind of features would you expect at that price level?
LG’s Korean branch has now put up a microsite for the G3, complete with three short promotional videos. We get an unobstructed look at the phone, though there’s no clue if the build material is metal or plastic.
The QuickCircle for the G3 leaked a while ago, but now we have the full rundown straight from LG. The company’s taking the smart cover concept to a new level by creating an interface and a small ecosystem of apps that take advantage of the circular opening in the QuickCircle.
A newly leaked set of slides give us a better look at what to expect from the upcoming LG G3. The new details confirm much of what we already believed we knew about the device.
Developers, Google wants to check out your Android Wear apps! You can get feedback from the team, as well as exposure at the Play Store and Google IO!
They call it a mechanical smart watch hybrid, and it is like nothing we’ve seen in recent smartwatches. Kairos Watches has taken a leather banded mechanical watch and overlaid a 1.4-inch PMOLED full color display at 40 percent transparency. The result is a great looking time piece that pops up messages from your Bluetooth connected Android phone.
According to evleaks, the LG G Flex 2 is set to arrive mid-Q1 2015. The smartphone could also be one of the first devices in the Android Silver program.
This week in your world of Android: Motorola introduced the amazingly cheap Moto E, the hotly anticipated G3 broke cover, LG teased more G Pads, Samsung put a launch date on the Tab S, HTC revealed the beautiful One Mini 2, and we learned the possible launch date of the Android Silver program.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly we talk about iOS apps on Android, OEM skin apps anywhere, Portal, Half-Life 2, and some Android apps you shouldn’t miss!
Motorola is very confident about the Moto 360 and believes all other smartwatches are “crappy”. Would you agree with them?