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LG G Watch hits retailer’s website ahead of G3 unveiling

The LG G Watch has popped up on a UK retailer’s website, suggesting the smartwatch could be showcased alongside the LG G3 next week.

With the flagship LG G3 handset set to be formally unveiled in London next Tuesday, May 27, the Korean manufacturer’s new smartwatch could be about to join the party, being listed as “Available Soon” through a third-party seller.

Although the first Android Wear watch has appeared on UnlockedMobiles.com, there is currently no detailed release date information beyond the fact that the wearable is ‘coming soon’.

To date, LG has confirmed only that the LG G Watch will be available to consumers during Q2, so a narrowing window which ends on June 30.

With the retailer’s G Watch holding page adding backing to previously claims the timepiece would be unveiled formally alongside the G3, it has also been suggested that the watch will be demoed fully for the first time during Google I/O next month.

The LG G Watch is set to become the first Android Wear smartwatch to hit the market having been announced alongside the round-faced Motorola Moto 360 back in March.

The watch, which is set to be available in black or white and gold colour schemes, will work with a range of Android handsets, offering wrist-based messaging and call alerts, as well as a range of mapping and music management features.

We will be on hand at the LG G3 launch event next week, so stay tuned to see if the G Watch rears its head.

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Via: GeekyGadgets

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