The tech analysts were right when they said that smartwatches will be the next thing. That "next big thing" is already here, and Google played a crucial role to its fulfillment with Android Wear, the promising platform for wearables released in June.
LG already announced its first smartwatch at Google I/O this year. But according to Engadget, the LG G Watch was simply a proof of concept. LG's real bet, Engadget says, is the G Watch R. That could be possible.
LG could be using the G Watch to attract developers and to improve the prototype. That would make the G Watch R the finished product. But, we could be wrong. LG could end up launching two or more wearables at IFA 2014 next month.
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