The LG G Watch has been in the headlines for quite some time, and, with Google I/O just hours away, we finally get some information on its release date. That, together with another Android Wear smartwatch bit, this time, from Samsung, paints a nice image of when these Google-powered wearables will be released.
The LG G Watch has been spotted online on e-tailer websites like MobileFun (in the UK and Australia). It is currently listed with pre-order status, but it will apparently start shipping on July 7. Prices vary from region to region, but are around the €223.99/$255 mark. You can check out more details at the source below.
July 7 is also the release date of the Samsung Gear Live Android Wear gadget, after a possible unveiling at the upcoming I/O. It is expected to have a 1.63-inch Super AMOLED screen with 320 x 320 resolution, and a 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of storage. It will reportedly be water and dustproof, as per the IP67 standard, and have a heart-rate monitor. Connectivity will be taken care of with the help of Bluetooth 4.0, and its dimensions are rumored to be 37.9 x 56.4 x 8.9 mm, weighing 59 grams. A 300mAh battery, as well as Android Wear with Google Services (like Google Now, Gmail, Hangouts, Google Maps, Google Voice) will be powering the wearable.
Let’s not forget about the Moto 360, which should also make an appearance at I/O. Out of all three which one would you prefer?