Rumors point to the LG G Watch sporting a Snapdragon 400

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Probably one of the biggest mysteries of the year is Android Wear products. Surely we know that the platform plans to bring a ton of cool features to Android users, but we still know very little about the hardware that will power these smart watches. If you were wondering what are the guts that power these new wearables in the future, rumors have it that they will be quite powerful.

Source code that is rumored to come from the LG G Watch was just leaked, and believe it or not, the device is apparently powered by an msm8226 processor. Those of you up to date with these code names will know that this is belongs to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor. At the moment the Snapdragon 400 is quite common in some mid-range smartphones that have actually surprised us with their performance, like the case of the HTC Desire 816.

It’s hard to tell how LG and Google plan to keep this processor from killing the battery of such the G Watch on your wrist, but whatever the case, it’s great to know that there is some nifty power under the hood. We should expect LG to launch the G Watch in the next coming weeks.

Source: Phone Arena

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