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Full LG G Watch specs confirmed

The full list of LG G Watch specs have been confirmed as the Android Wear powered smartwatch is made available for pre-order.

Despite having been officially unveiled back in March, LG has, to date, remained tight-lipped about the device’s full specs sheet and capabilities.

Now, however, following the watch’s Google I/O showing that has all changed, with Google confirming the smartwatch will play host to a 1.65-inch LCD display and a Snapdragon 400 processor.

As one of the first to market with Android Wear, LG wanted to develop a product that functions as an essential companion device but most importantly, was simple to use,” Dr. Jong-seok Park, President and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company said in finalising the watch’s specs sheet.

“We wanted a device that would be simple to learn and so intuitive that users wouldn’t even have to think about how to use its features. That’s what the LG G Watch is all about.”

With the 1.65-inch display measuring up just 0.02-inches larger than that of the rival Samsung Gear 2, the device features a 280 x 280 pixel resolution.

Further confirmed LG G Watch specs include 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and a 400mAh battery.

Lining up at just 9.95 mm thick and a mere 63g in weight, the square faced watch features a 9-axis sensor package – including a gyroscope, accelerometer and compass – and an IP67 certified water and dust resistant coating.

Set to be available in White Gold and Black Titan colour schemes, the LG G Watch is to be made available for pre-order later today, although a finalised UK release date and price has yet to be confirmed.

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