With a multitude of rumors already floating all over the internet about LG’s forthcoming Android Wear smartwatches duo, here’s another addition to all the spoiling stories: high-res renders of the smartwatches, spoiling almost everything before the official launch, which is supposedly scheduled right before the Mobile World Congress (MWC), 2017.
The renders arrive directly from the notorious leaker Evan Blass, who presents to us a high-res image of LG’s smaller watch featuring Android Wear 2.0. These image renders come right after a few blurry leaks were spotted in the past. However, in these new images, we notice that there are two colors available: silver and probably rose gold, both possessing a leather band. Quite interestingly, these watches don’t seem to possess any sort of Google branding anywhere, though the watches have been rumored to have Nexus-like terms for the production.
LG Watch Style, in silver (top) and rose gold (bottom) pic.twitter.com/JlHaq35bZ0
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 28, 2017
On the specifications, the watch is said to feature a 1.2-inch 360 by 260 AMOLED round screen, 512mb of RAM and a 240mAh battery. On the other hand, the bigger variant, the Watch Sport is supposed to sport a larger battery and RAM, and cellular connectivity as well. However, the smaller version is said to function over Bluetooth entirely and is designed for the ones who prefer smaller, yet premium-looking watches.
SOURCE: EVAN BLASS TWITTER
You might also like
More from Android
Like the previous year, OnePlus is now rumoured to give its 2017 flagship a mid-year upgrade in the form of …