LG is rumoured to be, and while it hasn't spilled the beans just yet, it has confirmed that it has some wearable tech up its sleeve.
Speaking to Engadget, an LG spokesperson confirmed a "wearable product" is on the way. So what could it be? Well one Korean site has a couple of ideas…
According to The Korea Herald, LG is developing a smart watch called the G-Arch, and a health and fitness tracker called the G-Health. This latter device would likely be a rival to the .
Samsung is also rumoured to be working on its own health and fitness tracker, called the. According to the rumour, you'll wear it on your upper arm. Whether this will replace the smart watch, or launch alongside it, we'll have to wait and see.
The Herald also has some news on the LG G3. Apparently it'll have a fingerprint scanner for unlocking it, à la the. Though it'll be a "swipe fingerprint sensor", instead of the "area-type" used on the 5S. Sounds like the one on the back of the to me. Which would be no bad thing.
The G3 is also rumoured to come packing Android 4.4 KitKat, with a quad HD display and a 2.2GHz octa-core processor.
Both it and LG's wearable tech is expected to launch at Mobile World Congress in February. We'll be there to bring you all the news as it happens, to stay tuned.
I've contacted LG to see if it wants to comment, and will update this story if I hear back.
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