LG G Watch specs leak online

Ian Hardy

June 10, 2014 12:59 pm

The LG G Watch will be one of the first smartwatches running Android will be available sometime this summer. LG has teased several promo videos of the unreleased device, and it’s overall design has also starred in a 3-minute video (which has since been pulled).

Missing has been the full rundown of specs. According to UpLeaks, who’s the new leaker on the block, says the G Watch will come with the following specs: 61 grams, overall dimensions of 37.9 x 46.5 x 9.95mm, have a standby time of 36 hours, 400mAh battery and take 2-hours to fully charge. In addition, the G Watch will sport a 1.65-inch display (280×280 resolution), 4GB internal memory.

From an OS perspective, apart from the basic watch features of telling time, date and stopwatch, the G Watch has multi-language support in English, Spanish, French, Korean and Chinese and will have the capability to take memos, including voice memos, and send text messages through voice commands. Finally, you’ll also be able to receive email notifications via Android Wear OS.

Surely more features will be unveiled and we’ll probably see its complete capabilities at Google I/O in a few weeks.

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Source: UpLeaks Twitter

  • Threecube

    A standby time of 36 hours is pretty pathetic for a watch. I wish companies were more focused on overall battery life.

    • Samuel Gomez Recuero

      with a 400mAh batter they aint going far with it, surely not high resolution or anyting fit related other than a pedometer probably.

    • Joseph

      That’s a lot worse then the gear 2 which was the one to beat in terms of battery life

    • Gohy

      I’m pretty sure Pebble has better battery life

    • Joseph

      Yes you’re right on that I was just going off the fact that pebble doesn’t have a full colored screen with Mic and speaker.

  • 5Gs

    Flop. 36 hours and no more watch. Are you telling me they can’t have a battery that can last for ever? Solar power watches? helloo!

  • htowngtr

    Ugh… battery life seems fairly awful if that’s the “standby” time (a.k.a. not even being used).

  • jclgan

    That’s fairly lame if the watch has to be charged daily. Would be nice to have it last at least 2-3 days without needing a charge.

    Also, I much prefer the rounded design aesthetics of the Moto 360 – looks really customizable in terms of watch faces, and – y’know – actually looks like a conventional wristwatch.

    • Unorthodox

      Some people, me excluded, like rectangular and square dumbwatch. You never know…

  • Charles Sloane

    Are we all forgetting the Pebble? 5-7 days battery life etc

    • Jim Thibault

      Sure I have one and the ink display is super ugly

    • Charles Sloane

      If looks are all that’s important then yes you will have to deal with shorter battery life for now.

    • Nexzen

      There’s a huge diff between looking at a screen that you like to look at and one you hope gets better every time u turn it on.