• Google Android Wear smart watches are displayed during the 2015 Google I/O conference.

Google Android Wear smart watches are displayed during the 2015 Google I/O conference. (Photo : Getty Images/Justin Sullivan)

Google may be launching new smartwatches alongside LG as the search engine giant plans to roll out the Android Wear 2.0 OS. New leaked photos now show what the new devices may look like.

LG's upcoming Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches have been spotted in a low resolution leaked photo obtained by Techno Buffalo. The one on the left is called the LG Watch Sport while the other one is the LG Watch Style. 

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Users who want the best may get ready for the LG Sport smartwatch with its larger 1.38-inch screen with a 480 x 480 pixel resolution. It is also powered by a 430mAh battery and an impressive 768MB for the RAM.

The smaller LG Watch Style will have a 1.2-inch 360 x 360 screen with 240mAh in battery juice and just 512MB RAM. Both models will be sporting an OLED screen which is a standard for most smartwatches today.

One major difference is that the LG Watch Style will only be able to connect to the Internet using a Bluetooth tether with a smartphone that supports Android Wear 2.0, 9 to 5 Google has learned.

Both devices will also sport a digital crown similar to the Apple Watch. It will allow users to interact with the smartwatch by rotating the ring around the screen and not just by touching the display itself.

Budget-wise, Android Wear smartwatches are probably the cheapest yet still capable devices in the market. The software and hardware are still being perfected and the new version of Android Wear aims to take that next step.

Smartwatches with Android Wear helped pushed the popularity of the devices. However, the Apple Watch helped spur the industry even more as followers bought the device to use with their iPhones. 

Google may release the Android Wear 2.0 update soon. LG's Watch Sport and Watch Style may also be revealed at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017.

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