Wednesday, August 21, 2013

LG shares its plans of upcoming devices as a tablet, smartwatch, Windows and Firefox phone

Releasing G2 wasn't the only scheduled task of LG. LG's Bulgarian communications manager Dimitar Valev has disclosed a list of devices that company is going to launch in upcoming months, in an interview to the local newspaper Dvenik. Most of these devices will be G-branded. 

According to Valev, LG is planning to release a 9.8" tablet named G Pad. Korean giant is also making a sequel of Optimus G Pro with a beefy screen of 6" and it may have that Quad HD display (2560 x 1400p) that LG displayed yesterday. Another product is an affordable Firefox OS phone that will be available in 2014. LG is also putting its feet in the field of smartwatch and it will also support gaming, as confirmed by Valve Software. This smartwatch will have a flexible display. Valev says that company's focus is on Android, but they are also planning to launch a Windows Phone device. LG may also release G Glass that will compete with Google Glass; and a G Band which may be a fitness band like Nike Fuelband. 

LG has made a good image of its after Nexus 4, Optimus G Pro and G2. Will Korean giant maintain to keep it further, it is the question.  

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