Following last week’s system dump leak that revealed its processor, more specs for the LG G Watch have been revealed as its speculative release date of next month fast approaches.
The new information, which comes courtesy of @upleaks (not to be confused with the notorious leaker @evleaks), states that the G Watch will feature a 400 mAh lithium polymer battery. In comparison, the Gear 2 has a 300 mAh battery.
The 400 mAh unit on the G Watch is said to deliver a standby time of 36 hours, and can be fully charged in under two hours.
The screen on the G Watch measures 1.65 inches and has a resolution of 280 x 280, which comes out to a pixel density of 240 ppi. The smartwatch is said to come with 4 GB of internal storage along with a Snapdragon 400 and 512 MB RAM.
As for dimensions, the watch measures 37.9 x 46.5 x 9.95 mm. Not the sleekest watch in the world, but weighing in at 61g, it isn’t as heavy as the Gear 2 (which weighs 68g).
The G Watch is said to feature an array of sensors that include ambient, touch, pedometer, and tilt. Notifications will be synced via Bluetooth 4.0 LE, while the device itself will charge through a microUSB port.
It is rumoured that Google will be revealing the Android Wear smartwatch at its I/O conference next month.
Check out @upleaks twitter post revealing the full list of leaked LG G Watch specs below:
– UpLeaks (@upleaks) June 10, 2014