LG and Motorola are set to launch two of the first smartwatches running Google’s new Android Wear software this summer, and Google is likely to focus pretty heavily on the new platform at its upcoming Google I/O developer conference later in June.

Ahead of the conference, Google has been busy posting plenty of tools for developers that want to make sure their Android apps work with Android Wear… and in a blog post today Google also showed us what the LG and Motorola watches look like when they’re actually being used (up until now we’ve usually had to make do with stock pictures).

Meanwhile, an alleged system dump from the G Watch gives us the first look at what the boot logo will look like… and it looks pretty great.

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