This post was updated at 3:55 p.m. PT with comment from Orange.
LG pretty much owned the first day of CES last month when its chief technology officer popped up onstage and casually took a call via the LG watch phone on his wrist.
But those looking forward to owning the charging 1,000 GBP, the equivalent of about $1,500, when the phone becomes available.might have second thoughts when they hear the price. A report from Mobile Today in the U.K. says that exclusive European carrier Orange will be
The only thing Orange has confirmed is that it will be the carrier. But company representatives have not yet responded to Tuesday's request for comment on the price. We'll update this story when or if they do.
In the meantime, check out thisof the watch, courtesy of CNET Reviews.
Update: Orange says it has not yet released a price and characterized reports of the price as "misleading."