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Friday, 22 March 2013 16:36

LG wants piece of smartwatch market

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Google Project Glass one as well

According to a report over at The Korea Times, citing sources close to the project, it appears that LG will be joining the likes of Samsung, Apple and Google in the smartwatch market race. LG is apparently even working on a device that is similar to the Google Project Glass.

LG already has some experience thanks to its LG GD910 smartwatch launched in 2009 and it is no wonder that the company wants to be among those selected few that will share a piece of that market. Of course, both LG and Samsung can produce most of the watch in-house which gives them an edge over the competition. The Korea Times notes that LG is apparently considering both the Android and Firefox operating systems and that both are still viable options.

Same source also told The Korea Times that LG might be working on an "innovative smart product" similar to the Google Project Glass.

You can check out more here. (via Phonearena.com)


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