The LG G Watch is LG's first Android Wear device that should be available pretty soon. What we are looking at right now is a YouTube video of hands on on the LG G Watch. Thanks to a German YouTube Channel AppDated. They were able to get their hand on the G Watch at the LG G3 launch event in London earlier this week. The video is completely in German, it does give us some idea of what to expect on the LG G Watch when it is finally available in the next couple of months. Which it already has stiff competition in the Moto 360. They do a pretty good job at showing off the operating system even though it is still in early beta.
The LG G Watch should be available shortly after Google I/O, as LG did say it'd be available in Q2, which ends next month. But then again, dates like this always change. But it's very likely that we'll see all kinds of news about Android Wear at Google I/O this year, and some type of device with it running Android Wear. Likely some type of Nexus-like Device with Android Wear. You know something that Google put together. Between the LG G Watch and the Moto 360, people are definitely getting excited for the next round of smartwatches. As the ones currently out there are kind of a niche product, I think with Android Wear that might just change. Especially with just about every manufacturer on the list to make an Android Wear device.
We should see the LG G Watch at Google I/O next month, but if not, there's always this hands on, which is down below. How many of you are interested in the LG G Watch? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.