LG has announced a few details about the G Watch, the kind of details that make the wearable device look very interesting. First, as we know, it’s based on Google’s Android Wear, which not only opens up a bright future but also makes it easy for the user to talk to the G Watch. Just say, “OK! Google” and the watch will respond. Also Read - Google says Android 10 had faster adoption than any version
On the outside, it carries a squarish face but is cleaner, and not as busy as the latest Samsung Gear 2. It will be available in two colour choices, namely stealth black and champagne gold. Unlike the Pebble Steel, the wearable device will get a rubber strap, and will be water and dust proof. Also Read - New leak says Google to launch three Pixel phones this year
LG says that the G Watch has an always ON display, which will display time at all times. Although there’s no release date finalised for the G Watch yet, but earlier reports have suggested a July 2014 launch. While Motorola 360 might trump almost every smart watch on sale at present, the clean styling looks great on the G Watch. Well, in pictures, at least. Also Read - Google for India 2020 event to take place on July 13: This time it's 'Virtual Edition'