The LG G Watch — as well as Android Wear as a platform — is nearing launch, and amidst a rumor that the device will be given away at Google’s annual I/O developer conference, a purported image of the full specs and a photo of the devices’ back panel have now leaked.

The leaks come by way of Chinese leaker @upleaks, the very same person who posted a download of the device’s full firmware (which revealed some interesting details about the device and a new Android logo). The spec sheet reveals some details that were already assumed (or revealed by the aforementioned firmware leak), including Bluetooth 4.0 hardware and Bluetooth low-energy support.

But the spec sheet also shows a plethora of details that we didn’t yet know about. Supposedly, the device will have a 400 mAh battery that lasts 36 hours in standby, and will charge in just 2 hours. Additionally, the device will sport 4 GB of on-board storage space, and 512 MB of RAM.



Additionally, while we aren’t quite sure what the leaker means by this, the device will supposedly be launching soon in Italy.


Notably, these leaks seem to be extremely sketchy. But it appears that this person does indeed have the device in hand, and the firmware download that was posted on the account has been reported to be legitimate with the device’s codename “Dory” seen on files within. We’ll just have to wait and see what is and isn’t accurate in this batch of photos.

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