When Android announced the SDK for its Android Wear, you could not help but feel extremely enthusiastic about the direction in which Google’s wearables were going. With Google Glass still very much in testing phase, the Android smartwatch is perhaps the next best thing your average Joe who wants to dive into the whole wearable hype can pick.
Yet when LG gave us few peeks at the G Watch, there were concerns that the device may well be too expensive and out of reach for most of the common people. However, according to the report in Wearablesarena, LG has made an official announcement about its plans of bringing the G Watch to the world sometime in June for Euros 199, which certainly is an affordable price for a smartwatch at least now, when the whole concept is just about to take off and new.
The watch will have a 280 x 280 LCD display which would be always on and also bring features such as always listening to help you interact with your device and generate information. The device would also be water and dust resistant and come with 512 MB of RAM as well as 4 GB of internal storage. Not really sure why LG has decided to go with 4 GB of storage, but that is what the rumors are. The watch will be available in two colors, stealth black and champagne gold.