It’s an exciting year for wearables, as Google will finally release its vision for smartwatches. It was reported last month that Google would release a smartwatch SDK here in March, and even Google’s own Sundar Pichai confirmed the company’s plans, stating that the SDK would be coming in the next two weeks.
Today, specs have reportedly leaked for an upcoming LG-made smartwatch from Google, with specs that won’t blow you away, but should be just fine for Google’s first rendition of smartwatch.
According to evleaks, the watch will feature a 1.65″ IPS LCD display, with a resolution 280 x 280. The watch will have 512MB of RAM, come with 4GB of internal storage, and that the device’s processor is still to be determined by Google and LG.
It’s mid-March now, which means we might only have a couple of months left until we see what Google has been working on, as the initial report suggested that the release of the device would happen at Google I/O in June.