The LG G Watch is not too far away from an official unveiling with the company expected to provide more details during the Google I/O event next week. The Korean manufacturer is also expected to give away a unit of the smartwatch to the attendees of the event. And today, the G Watch has just made an appearance on the Google Play Store in Germany, before eventually being taken down. This hints that the Android Wear smartwatch could be sold directly through the Play Store along with other GPE and Nexus devices.
As you can see from the screenshot accessed from the German Play Store below, the page clearly makes a mention of the G Watch and the 400 mAh battery it is expected to pack. From the translation, we can decipher that the smartwatch will have active display or a display that never sleeps, which is something that was previously rumored.
Google and LG are expected to make the smartwatch available for purchase later this month. We’re hoping the Moto 360 smartwatch will be sold through the Play Store as well, although that’s yet to be confirmed.
Source: AndroidNext.de – Translated