The LG G Watch – one of the first wearables sporting Google’s new Android Wear OS – is expected to be launched in just under a month, and so of course that means it is time for lots of leaks! Perhaps the biggest thing on most people’s minds are the specs, and thanks to Twitter user @upleaks, we now have a better idea of exactly what to expect in this department.
If the leaked spec sheet is accurate, the G Watch will feature a 400mAh lithium polymer battery, compared to only 300mAh on the Samsung Galaxy Gear. This larger battery will deliver 36 hours of standby time, and it can be fully charged using the included micro USB port in under two hours. The 1.65-inch screen will sport a 280 x 280 resolution and a pixel density of 240ppi. Also included is 4GB of internal storage, a Snapdragon 400 processor, and 512MB of RAM. Sensors include ambient, touch, pedometer, and tilt. Wireless connectivity will be taken care of with Bluetooth 4.0 LE.
The watch itself is 37.9 x 46.5 x 9.95 mm, which is a little bulky, but luckily it only weighs 61g, which is less than the Galaxy Gear 2.
— UpLeaks (@upleaks) June 10, 2014
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