It’s only been a day since we saw LG unveil their latest flagship — the LG G3 — during their London launch event. Well, it looks like that’s not all they were showing, as some crafty folks from the German tech site AppDated managed to also get their hands on the upcoming LG G Watch, rumored to be shown off during this year’s Google I/O.
The smartwatch, which can be seen in their hands-on video, is still running a very early version of Android Wear (Google’s new Android software built specifically for wearables). It’s so early in fact, that an actual clock face wasn’t loaded on the device, but we do get to see how the OS behaves to some extent. Swiping from the top of the display showed some basic system information like the battery level, while a an ever present Google Now button hovered over some basic options.
Really it’s not much and while we’re not entirely sure how we feel about the 3-tone white/gold/black combo, we think the black version is better suited for our tastes.
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