We've suspected for some time that Google I/O is going to be Android Wear's big coming out party, and the G Watch will probably be the guest of honor. It'll probably be the last time the G Watch takes center stage before the Moto 360 arrives on the scene, but there are a trio of interesting G Watch rumors floating around today.
The alleged specs of the device have been leaked on Twitter in the form of (probably) manual pages. The documents list a Qualcomm APQ8026 processor in the G Watch along with Bluetooth 4.0 and a 400mAh battery. Standby time with the touch sensor, pedometer, light sensor, and tilt sensor on is listed at 36 hours. If that interests you, get ready for I/O, because there's yet another rumor that Google will be handing out the G Watch to attendees this year. The Moto 360 will apparently make an appearance, but it won't be ready for general consumption.
— UpLeaks (@upleaks) June 10, 2014
We don't yet know when you'll be able to buy the G Watch (aside from the I/O giveaways on eBay), but it shouldn't be too long after they hand them out to thousands of people at I/O. A separate rumor from Modaco says the UK release will be July 7th and it will retail for £169.99, which is about $285. That could mean the Moto 360 price is a bit higher than expected. At least we're getting close. Not long to wait now.