The future of technology well and truly lies in wearables. And at the forefront of this race are big names like Pebble, Motorola with their recently announced Moto 360, and LG with their G Watch offering.
We've caught a few glimpses of Android Wear during the past few weeks, and LG, which will partner for one of the first Android Wear devices in the G Watch, has also been teasing us with snaps of its first smartwatch effort. Now, for the first time, both software and hardware have been videoed together as one, and as such, we get to see what Google's watch-focused flavor of Android looks like when running on the forthcoming G Watch.
A short while ago, Google took the wraps off Android Wear, a smartwatch-tailored version of its famed mobile operating system, and at the time of announcement, several initial manufacturing partners were outlined. Among those listed was Korean outfit LG, which swiftly came through and showcased its G Watch, and although information pertaining to the device's technical specs has been scarce, the company has now come through and outlined some of the key features of its very first entry into this growing field.
Last week, Google announced Android Wear, a tailored version of its popular firmware built specifically for the emerging smartwatch market. Following the announcement, which was accompanied by the release of the Android Wear SDK Developer Preview, both Motorola and LG swiftly announced their forthcoming devices to the on-looking tech world. Since then, we've seen much of the former Google-owned Motorola's Moto 360, but haven't been treated to nearly as much coverage of the Korean company's G Watch, and so to stem the tide, LG's UK Twitter page has just shared a new pic of its wrist-worn gadget, as well as a reminder that the device is "coming soon."