With Google I/O quickly approaching, we’re expecting a lot more information to drop about Android Wear and, of course, about devices such as the LG G Watch and Moto 360. Well, maybe we don’t have to wait that long, because a fresh leak has revealed the full spec sheet of LG’s upcoming wearable, along with a new picture of the backside of the device. There’s a lot of information to peruse, so let’s dive in, shall we?
First, the device will adhere to the square form factor LG has repeatedly teased in the past, giving it a “traditional” smart watch feel. On the inside, though, is what a lot of folks will be paying attention to. According to the document, the G Watch will sport a 400mAh battery with a standby time of 36 hours; the LCD screen will be 1.65-inches (280×280), while the device itself is reportedly 37.9×46.5×9.95mm. Diving further, the G Watch will reportedly feature 4GB of onboard storage, an estimated 2 hour charging time, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 5-pin microUSB contact on the back.
The spec sheet also further confirms some of the device’s functionality through Android Wear, such as the ability to take memos, send SMS and dictate email all through voice. Google actually shared a glimpse of what it was like designing for these different wearable form factors, and it seems we’ll likely get the full unveil at I/O at the end of this month.
— UpLeaks (@upleaks) June 10, 2014