Android-Wear-01Following a report that Samsung was preparing to launch one of the first smartwatch products running Google’s new Android Wear platform, another report today follows up with what it says its branding and full specs for the device. A translated report from claims the Samsung Android Wear product will be dubbed “Gear Live” and begin selling on July 7 following an unveiling sometime this week at the Google I/O developer conference.

The report, which claims Samsung will unveil the device as one of the first products running the Android Wear OS, also shared full specs for the device that include a 1.63-inch display, 4GB of storage, a heart rate monitor, and a 300mAh battery:

Display : Super AMOLED 1.63 “

Resolution : 320 x 320

Processor : 1.2 GHz

Certification : IP67, waterproof and dustproof

RAM : 512 MB

Storage : 4GB

Connectivity : Bluetooth 4.0

Dimensions : 37.9 x 56.4 x 8.9 mm

Weight : 59 grams

Battery : 300 mAh

Heart Rate Meter .

Software : Android Wear with Google Services: Google Now, Gmail, Hangouts, Google Maps, Google Voice …

Samsung is just one of Google’s Android OEM partners already confirmed to be working on devices running Android Wear. When Google first announced the platform, Asus, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung; chip makers Broadcom, Imagination, Intel, Mediatek and Qualcomm; and fashion brand Fossil Group were all confirmed as partners working on Android Wear wearable devices.

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