Jun 11 AT 8:02 AM Nick Sarafolean 4 Comments

LG G Watch specs leak out, 36 hours standby time

LG G Watch

There’s plenty on the Android horizon to keep us excited, but one of the most intriguing things is Android Wear, the OS designed for wearable devices. One of the first Android Wear products is the LG G Watch, which has leaked several times now. The latest batch of information brings us some more specs, which include a 1.65-inch 280×280 display, Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB storage, 400mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0 and a variety of sensors that include ambient, touch, pedometer and tilt.

The battery is interesting in that the 400mAh battery is said to provide 36 hours of standby time. You have to remember, though, that the LCD screen on the G Watch is always on, so that’s actually decent battery life. The leak also mentions voice commands several times, and we know that Google Now will be on board. It seems as though almost everything on the watch will be controlled by voice, with the ability to add memos and send emails via voice command. The G Watch is shaping up to be a swell device, but we’ll have to wait to get our hands on it before we make too many judgments.

Does the G Watch sound like your kind of smartwatch?

Via: Android Central

Source: @upleaks

A nerd at heart, Nick is an average person who has a passion for all things electronic. When not spending his time writing about the latest gadgets, Nick enjoys reading, dabbling in photography, and experimenting with anything and everything coffee. Should you wish to know more about him, you can follow him on Twitter @Zricon15.

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  • mattcoz

    If the screen is on, is it really on standby?

  • MitchRapp81

    I know a lot of people who are automatically turned off by this – imagine changing your watch’s battery every 5 years and now having to charge it every day or two (along with your phone / tablet)

  • MrIanB

    With 4gb storage, can it load music and play them, does it have speakers?


    Ian B

  • Scott

    Having used wearable tech for a few years now, I have found that charging my tech while I shower each day allows everything to keep enough charge to get me through the day and never run out. I have had a fitness armband, various fitbits, and a pebble watch.

    Each morning before going into the bathroom, I hook up my tech to charge and 20 minutes later, everything is good to go. And on the lazy days, there’s enough charge to get me through if I decide to lay in bed all day without taking a shower.

    Obviously a 20 minute charge isn’t enough to charge it from 0, but daily 20 minute charges keep everything fresh.