When Google introduced Android Wear, the latest operating platform for wearable devices back in March, LG was the first company to announce Android Wear powered smartwatch LG G with expected availability from Q2 this year. Now in a short talk with Pocket-lint, LG has confirmed that its first smartwatch LG G is going to be available in UK before July, and it will be sold for for less than 180 GBP (Rs. 18,090 approx) in the UK.

LG G Smartwatch

LG G Smartwatch

LG has still not revealed the internals of the watch, but it has showcased a non-working prototype of the G Watch at an event in UK, which is expected to be the final version. If earlier surfaced rumours are to be believed, the LG G smartwatch will include 1.65-inch IPS LCD (280x280p) display, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage in addition to Google’s Android Wear. LG has confirmed that the LG G will come with changeable straps.

In addition to LG, Motorola has also announced its first smartwatch, called Moto 360, which boasts a circular display unlikely. Motorola’s Moto 360 is also rumoured to be available this summer starting USA, however there is no official word regarding its availability in coming days.