Android Wear is expected to be released to the public later this month on the Motorola Moto 360 and the LG G Watch. Just recently a new leak has revealed some more information regarding the LG G Watch including what powers it, the themes on board, and even the OS underneath.

Mentioned in the build.prop file for the G Watch is the Snapdragon 400 processor, the same processor powering devices like the Moto G and HTC One Mini 2. If true this would be the first watch with a quad-core processor. Also found in the system dump is information that shows Android 4.4 under the hood powering Android Wear, which was expected.

This information was also followed by wallpapers found on the G Watch that are reminiscent of the Google Now theme. Since Android Wear has heavy Google Now integration from what we’ve seen, this make a lot of sense. There are 78 images in total. Some are Google Now-esque images and others are simple backgrounds of nature scenes such as mountains and space. You can check out some of them below and the rest here.

Along with all of that we also got a peak at what might be the boot-up animation for the LG G Watch. The boot up reminds us quite a bit of the one seen on Google Play Edition and Nexus devices and even features a never before seen Android logo.

Via: PhoneArena, Phandroid