Samsung has a smartwatch, Sony has not one, but two generations of it, so why wouldn’t LG try its luck with a smart wearable device? That’s a good question, to which LG is currently preparing the answer – its own wearable devices that should debut at MWC 2014 called LG G Arch and LG G Health.
The LG G Arch will supposedly be the smartwatch of the Korean manufacturer, and the G Health will be a wristband with ‘smart’ features, similar to the Nike Fuel Band for one. As for the G Arch, it’s safe to say that it will have more or less the same features that can be found on current-generation smartwatches. If LG turns its creativity on, we might have a slightly different watch on the market.
We bet both of the devices will be compatible with LG’s current smartphones, but we don’t know how will be the compatibility stretched. Let’s just say that the LG G2 and G Flex don’t have to worry about this question, but we can’t say the same for the older smartphones.
The price details are still uncertain, as it’s too early to make assumptions and give conclusions. We will have more details as soon as other leaks streak the net, and certainly, as soon as MWC 2014 begins.