We’ve actually already seen leaks of LG's smartwatch, but this particular one shows the display very clearly and in a real-life surroundings (is it just us, or does it really seem a bit too much on the bluish side?). You can read the on-screen prompt for the user to install Android Wear on the connected phone, something that you could mean that Android Wear will come as an installable app on your smartphone or tablet, or that one would simply need to have an updated version supporting an Android Wear version.
The other things that you can notice is the charging/syncing port of the device on the left, and the rubberized band.
As for the specs of the LG G Watch, we've already seen them in leaks: it’s expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 400 chip, have a 1.65-inch display with a 280 x 280 resolution. In terms of size, the G Watch face is said to measure 37.9mm x 46.5mm and 10mm thick (1.49-inches x 1.83 x .39) and weigh 61 g (~2.15 oz). Finally, the battery on the G Watch should have a 400mAh capacity, and for about 36 hours on standby. With all this in mind, how do you like what you see?