The LG announced this Tuesday, 8, the “global” release (not really worldwide) of the LG G Watch, its first intelligent watch with the Android Wear operating system. The device begins to be sold in 12 countries, with another 15 that should receive the product shortly, including Brazil.
The company says that prices will still be advertised locally, which means is still not confirmed the sale value in Brazil. For now, only your price is known in the United States: US $230.
In Brazil, the G Watch will be distributed through large retail stores via insidewatch, while other countries may have access to the product by Google Play. This way, Google’s store doesn’t sell hardware.
The clock depends on cellular connectivity for its intelligent functions, like all appliances with Android Wear. Pairing requires version 4.3 of Android or higher. The appliance has a 1.65 inch screen with a Snapdragon 400 1.2 GHz processor, 4GB storage and 512 MB of RAM and 400 mAh battery.
United States, Canada, France, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Australia, India, Japan and South Korea are the first to receive the appliance. The other 15 receiving the handset will soon include Brazil, Mexico, Russia, Singapore and New Zealand.
Via The Next Web