Wednesday, 7 May 2014

The first smartwatch to be launched in July

Setting its foundation stone in 1958 with a desire to create a happier, better life, LG has introduced an official site committed to teasing technophiles about the upcoming launch of its G Watch. The G watch anticipated to go on sale in July and to cost less than $300, will use Google's new Android Wear operating system and will be focused on furnishing significant information and notifications to the wearer's wrist at exactly the right moment.

The new site supplies more information and images of the device but did not revealed much information on specs and functions. As of now, on the basis of the facts provided, the watch will be dust and water resistant and will be obtainable in champagne gold as well as a stealthy-looking all black finish. LG is being very cautious not to give any hints as to the watch's dimensions or processor specifications. However, the company expressed that, unlike a lot of smartwatches already out there (most notably those manufactured by its main competitor, Samsung), the G Watch screen will always be illuminated; there will be no need to tap it, shake it, or speak to it for it to wake up. The innovative watch have no buttons and so will answer either to onscreen touches or to voice commands. For instance, just say, "OK Google" to prime it and then ask for a weather update or access to the music library.

The first smartwatch using Android Wear operating system is scheduled to get launch in June and, unlike LG, Motorola has made gigantic efforts to feature the device's desirability and the substantial investment it has made in design and in the selection of superior materials so that the watch feels and looks more like something from Switzerland than from Japan.


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