LG's new wearable device, the G Watch, will be released in the UK next month, according to a latest disclosure.
LG had earlier confirmed that its G Watch will be available in the UK before July with a retail price less than £180. The smartwatch will be lightweight and without any buttons on it. The strap of the smartwatch will be changeable.
Along with the square face, the company is considering to release a round option later, with no details available on its market release.
Now a latest revelation by Modaco claims LG G Watch will be released on 7 July in the UK. It will be priced below than Samsung's Gear 2 Neo, which costs £169.99.
Further details about the G Watch will be revealed at Google's 7<sup>th annual I/O conference, which is scheduled to begin on 25 June. Like every year, the search giant is expected to unveil its new products at the event.
One of the main focus will be wearable devices powered by Android Wear, a new version of Android operating system designed for smartwatches and other wearables.
Meanwhile, Android Authority, after speaking to sources familiar with the matter, has reported that Motorola's Moto 360 will be unveiled at Google's developer event. As for LG G Watch, it is a reference device for Android Wear and will be given away to those who will attend the I/O 2014 event.
Apart from LG and Motorola, Taiwanese-American company Asus will also be showing off their Android Wear smartwatch at the event.