Just yesterday, we reported that LG's upcoming flagship smartphone - the G3 - could have a 2K display and a custom octa-core "Odin" processor. Today, we are hearing that LG could also be working on wearable devices that will launch alongside the G3.
The Korea Herald has suggested that LG is working on a smart watch called the G-Arch and a fitness wristband called the G-Health, both of which will complement the G3's functions. It also said that these devices will be on show at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona early next year.
When quizzed, LG would not comment but did confirm that they are working on wearable devices. This is not surprising considering its rivals Samsung already has a smartwatch out in the market and Apple has been rumored to be working on one too.