It has not been too long since a prototype of the upcoming LG G Watch made an appearance in a hands-on video, not to mention seeing its boot animation sequence leaked as well, that we have more details concerning the upcoming piece of smartwatch from South Korean conglomerate LG. The latest system dump for the LG G Watch has allegedly been leaked out, where several different watch faces have been discovered, as you can tell by the three different images shown above.
Apart from that, it was also discovered that a “powered by Google” logo will be part of the equation, in addition to a slew of Google Now cards for various items including the likes of Weather, Birthdays and Package Deliveries. In addition, the system dump leak was also accompanied by its fair share of .apks, where the major one would be a remote shutter .apk which enables one to snap a photo using the handset that is hooked up to the LG G Watch.
In addition, there are also apps when it comes to a step counter, calorie counter and compass to help you out in your daily life, while the system dump also left a clue that the LG G Watch has been given the codename “dory”, with its product name possibly being “platina.” Not exactly the most masculine of names, that’s for sure, and hopefully it won’t flop like a fish out of water when released.