When Google announced the registration for the 2014 I/O event in San Francisco, it was immediately obvious that the entry fee wasn’t going to be cheap. However, a new revelation should put a smile on registrants’ faces as LG is reportedly expected to give away a unit of the G Watch to attendees.
It is common knowledge by now that the I/O event will be centered towards Android Wear and all the hardware partners it will have. Rumors suggest that a new company will announce its Android Wear smartwatch during the event in addition to Motorola and LG. There’s no clarification on this at the moment, but it is believed to be ASUS.
But the highlight of course is the free LG G Watch that the attendees are slated to get during the course of the event. I’m sure developers would have loved to receive the Moto 360 instead, but it’s an Android Wear smartwatch nevertheless.
Apart from this, we don’t expect any major hardware related announcements to take place during the course of the event. We might get a glimpse at the future of Android, which could be particularly interesting for developers. Interested users can catch all the action from I/O as it unfolds from Google’s official page.
Via: Android Authority