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LG G Watch's internals are now official, up for sales on Google Play

LG's wearable, G Watch was announced officially back in March, along with the Android Wear platform from Google. But unfortunately, the company, wasn't ready to reveal it's internals to the public, for some odd reason. In the past we've heard number of rumors of LG's plans to bring their smartwatch at this year's Google I/O event. Well marking those words, yesterday, the South Korean multinational conglomerate corporation's new smartwatch was there at the Google's I/O or Annual Developers Conference, where people from the Mountain View company shared the sanctioned details of the wearable, G Watch and made it available on Google Play for purchase, exclusively for countries from, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, South Korea to Japan, costing an extra $100 more than Samsung's newly unveiled Gear Live, that will set you back for 299 USD.

The device will ship in two colors, coming in Black Titan and White Gold, build with PVD or Physical Vapor Deposition, that is finally coated in stainless steel, accompanied by a durable silicone made wristband, which comes in matching colors. The new LG G Watch will perform like any other Android Wear running wearable, which comes in special attention to Google platform. LG's G Watch will keep you connected to any Android devices running 4.3 Jelly Bean or later with useful information and their simple minimalistic design, that comes with button-less display. LG's new watch is said to be designed around cards, which will provide it's users with information over the web. There is voice recognition feature on board, which will let you ask questions and even get things done like, navigation, calling someone, sending a text message, controlling the music playback on the connected smartphone, without the need of taking your handset out of the pocket. This new wearable is too tough against dust and water, packing the same IP67-certification ratings out of the box. You can use the G Watch deep underwater at one meter for up to 30 minutes.

Excited about the specifications? Here you go! The latterly announced LG G Watch will comprise a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1.65-inches IPS LCD screen of 280 x 280 resolution display, four gigabytes of eMMC internal mass storage, 512 megabytes of Random Access Memory (RAM), Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, built-in 9-Axis sensors incorporates, accelerometer, gyroscope and compass, a 400mAh powered battery and running Android Wear on top. The product is 37.9 x 46.5 x 9.95 millimeters in dimensions and weighs 63 grams on mass.