It's not only LG which is planning to launch its G Watch powered by Google's Android Wear but at the same time new rumors have started making rounds that suggests that even Samsung is waiting to launch its own Android Wear hardware. Both the company will be using the new Android Wear OS for their respective wearable devices.
The two watches are said to be announced at the Google's I/O 2014 conference which will be held in San Francisco between June 25 and June 26. According to CNET, the upcoming Samsung Android Wear watch will be "much like the Gear devices Samsung has released in the past year," and all Google I/O attendees might receive one.
Moreover, Samsung is not just working on one but two variants of the smartwatch. One is reportedly said to be using the company's proprietary Exynos chipset, and another one based on a Qualcomm solution. One of the smartwatches could be Samsung SM-R382 that was spotted at the FCC last week. But there are hardly any information about which one is going to show-up at the Google's annual event.
If you are not aware, Motorola will also unveil its Android Wear smartwatch during the conference. So competition-wise, the Android Wear powered devices will be pretty much crowded in the market in the first phase of launch itself.
So far, there are hardly any information about the specs of the these Samsung Smartwatches which are powered by Android Wear. But leaks pertaining to these devices are likely to take place prior to the launch, so stay tuned to GizBot until then!