Moments after Google announced Android Wear, its modified operating system specially built for smartwatches, its hardware partners have wasted no time in giving a glimpse at what we can expect. Motorola and LG have announced the Moto 360 and the G Watch, which are the first smartwatches to run on this new OS. Also Read - Poco M3 Pro 5G vs Moto G40 Fusion: Spec-by-spec comparison, which is better?
As seen in the image below, LG s G Watch looks very similar to the smartwatches from Sony and Samsung with a square LCD touch display with big straps. The Moto 360, on the other hand, is much classier and more elegant with round dials and can easily be mistaken for a normal watch. Both the devices will be compatible with a host of Android smartphones and will feature core Android Wear functionalities like Google Now.
Neither of the companies has revealed any kind of hardware details, and are content with giving a vague idea of when their smartwatches will be first unveiled. LG s G Watch will be unveiled in the second quarter of 2014, while the Moto 360 will be available in a variety of styles globally in Summer 2014.