MWC14: LG most likely manufacturing Google’s upcoming smartwatch
It has been a while since the smartwatch trend has taken over the gadget market and many have been trying their luck with this and Google certainly wasn’t staying behind on this one. Rumors have been circulating around since quite some time now about the smartwatch by Google and now it seems like this new gadget is no longer a rumor anymore. This highly anticipated new accessory by Google is most likely going to make its debut at the I/O developer’s conference of the company which is going to kick off on 25th of June.
We are hearing about this upcoming wearable gadget from the well known evleaks and this piece of information is coming from them that the smartwatch is going to be manufactured by LG. This does not come as a surprise because we had the last two iterations of the Google Nexus smartphone from LG as well. Now we are certainly looking forward to the gear’s announcement at the I/O developer’s conference. Reports issued previously have suggested that the smartwatch has entered its mass production stage and hence we have every reason to believe that the gadget will soon make an official appearance. For now, we will only have to rely on the rumors because so far nothing official has been given away.
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