Google Nexus smartwatch specs leak
Google recently announced a new Android SDK for wearable devices and the company is expected to release their first smartwatch some time this year – the Google Nexus Smartwatch – and now here’s some specs.
The news that Google was to release a new software developers kit for wearable tech for Android was announced at SXSW by Google’s Sundar Pichai at the SXSW Conference.
That news, along with rumours that LG are said to be making the Nexus Smartwatch for Google puts a very strong case that we should be seeing the Nexus Smartwatch fairly soon.
Now, according to renowned tech-whisperer @evleaks, we have some specifications for this new Nexus wearable device.
The Google Nexus Smartwatch will apparently come with a 1.65-inch IPS LCD display that will be packing a resolution of 280 x 280 pixels.
The device will feature 512MB of RAM, apparently the exact processor that the Google Nexus Smartwatch will be sporting has yet to be decided by both Google and LG.
I would expect if the big G was ready to out their wearable tech it would happen at the Google I/O developer conference, which takes place in June.
This will give developers a couple of months to use the new Android SDK for wearable devices, to develop applications that could be used in the new Google Nexus Smartwatch.