While there is no dearth of rumors centered on the possible launch of Google-branded Nexus smartwatch, the latest of these, courtesy of @evleaks, does provide some new light on what the new intelligent watch will be like from hardware prospective. There is a lot of excitement that LG's first-generation Android smartwatch will be launched in June or July time frame.
Well, we're waiting for LG to hint at a possible lunch of Google smartwatch at Google I/O in June. While the South Korean giant didn't confirm anything intriguing about the speculated watch, however, trusted leakster @evleaks has got its hands on some exceptionally solid details.
Now @evleaks is a name that has become synonymous to leaks. According to @evleaks, LG's Nexus smartwatch features a 1.65-inch IPS LCD display having a resolution of 280 x 280 pixels, which makes for a display density of 240ppi. It is expected to pack 512MB of RAM and 4GB of on-board storage. The processor is still a deep mystery, but it won't be different the Samsung Gear 2.
Earlier this month, a high profile senior official over at LG India had apparently informed GizBot that LG's first-generation smartwatch is coming soon, indicating that it will be announced in the first half of 2014.
Now a report out of Germany claims that Google and LG could be jointly producing a smartwatch. The speculated Nexus-branded intelligent watch is tipped to launch at this year's Google I/O in June, alongside the Nexus 6.
The South Korean giant LG has already jumped into wearable business with its LifeBand Touch. The fitness band is expected to be made available globally by the second half of 2014.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!