LG G Watch, Samsung Gear Live sales details arrive

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Google I/O is unsurprisingly bringing us a lot of news about how Android Wear devices will operate, what kind of software they’ll run, and how they’ll interact with our phones. But as fundamentally important as that whole software side is to the Wear experience, we know that many of you are even more excited to learn about Wear hardware. The first two devices, the LG G Watch and Motorola Moto 360 were confirmed earlier this year, and today Google adds some long-awaited details when it comes to availability.

The LG G Watch goes up for sale today, coming to the Play Store (just as that glitch last week foretold).

The Samsung Gear Live we heard rumored earlier today is also confirmed (above), and it too will join the G Watch as it hits the Play Store later today.

The Moto 360, sadly, isn’t quite ready to make its retail debut, and Google says that we’ll have to wait until later this summer before sales get underway.

Source: Google

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