Alleged list of LG G Watch specs surfaces

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As the inevitably that is Android Wear gets closer with Google I/O looming, we anxiously await any details of the upcoming smartwatches that will see Android Wear infancy support.

The latest revelation comes from a leaked spec sheet of the LG G Watch, providing a glimpse of what we might expect from what is expected to be the first smartwatch released.

Courtesy of @upleaks, the device sports a 1.65-inch screen, no ear jack, version 4.0 Bluetooth LE, and interestingly what is listed as 4Gb of LP-DDR2 RAM, which translates to 512MB.

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Further rumours suggest that Google are planning on giving out the LG G Watch at Google I/O to offer developers an experience and way of test driving Android Wear. Further speculation points to not only smartwatches being unveiled by LG and Motorola, but also a third manufacturer which is as of yet unconfirmed.

Will 512MB of RAM be enough to sufficiently power a smartwatch?

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