We’re probably going to see what Google and its partners have been doing with Android Wear during Google I/O later this month. At that point we expect LG and Motorola to discuss the G Watch and Moto 360, respectively, and for Google to show us everything we can do with the new Android Wear devices that will be hitting the market. To tide us over until then, we have a quick video and some watch faces to show you.
Thanks to a dump of data we’re getting a look at an alleged boot animation for Android Wear, in addition to a few of the watch faces that will reportedly launch on the G Watch. The faces aren’t anything spectacular, just a regular batch of photos that reflect very little about the underlying power of Android Wear. The boot animation is kind of cool, though, with the moon orbiting the sun before the two objects become one and split apart into a few dots jumping around the screen. Eventually the word “Android” is formed and, after that, the watch will probably boot.
Any of this can change between now and Google I/O when we hope to see the watches first hand. Still, that’s the boot animation you may see on your wrist every time you power on your new smartwatch. Check out the gallery of the alleged watch faces below: