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LG and Motorola Reveal First Android Wear Devices

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Mar 18, 2014, 11:54 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

LG and Motorola today both followed Google's revelation of Android Wear with news of their involvement with the project. LG showed off the G Watch, its take on a smartwatch running Google's Android Wear platform. LG said its device will be the first Android Wear product to launch, and it is expected to arrive during the second quarter of the year. Motorola announced the Moto 360 (pictured), a circular timepiece that pays homage to the past while also looking forward to the future. Neither LG nor Motorola provided specifics about their devices, other than to say they will incorporate Google Now voice commands and rich notifications that are part of the Android Wear OS. Both companies said more details about the watches will be revealed over time.

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Doom Wolf

Mar 18, 2014, 12:18 PM


A classy and appealing "smartwatch" I can see myself wearing. Looks awesome!
Same thing I thought! Samsung take Note! Pun intended. Lol
Looks like a concept image, not a photo. I'd wait to see what it really looks like.
That is one rad looking watch.
Couldn't agree more! I'm buying it!!
This it's by far the first smartwatch I fell I need to buy, 🤤
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