LG and Motorola are the first two companies to announce the wearable smartwatches powered by the Google's highly customized Android for wearables, the Android Wear.
LG has named its smartwatch as 'G Watch' while Motorola has named it as 'Moto360'. Google featured these two watches in their Android Wear video earlier when they unveiled the wearable OS.
LG unveiled a mini version of its LG G2 smartphone, the LG G2 Mini. With this, LG joins the league of brands who have launched a mini version of their flagship devices.
LG G2 Mini is a compact smartphone with a 4.7 inch qHD screen packing 960x540 pixels. That is pretty low if we go by the current standards of smartphone resolutions. The G2 Mini has a pixel density of 234 pixels per inch.
LG Electronics announced the LG G Pro 2 today and made it available in the Korean markets. This launch comes ahead of the Mobile World Congress starting from February 24.
LG G Pro 2 has a huge and stunning 5.9-inch Full HD IPS display making its bezel to be as thin as 3.3mm. The huge smartphone(actually a phablet) come with Android 4.4 (KitKat) operating system and is powered by a 2.26 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
We have seen many smartphones crossing the barrier of Full HD displays at CES this year. 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution is the new standard resolution on high-end smartphones these days.
LG G PRO 2 also wants to join the club and will have an 1440p screen as rumored on a Korean news website. It also rumored that LG will unleash this beast at the Mobile World Congress in February.
LG Electronics is surely looking to turn the heat on in the Television market by announcing its line-up of 4K TVs for 2014. Out of the twelve models, one is a mammoth 105-inch Ultra HD TV and two are from the curved OLED series.
They will unveil Ultra HD TV lineup at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 in Las Vegas from January 7 – 10, 2014. The models will have an enhanced picture and sound cloud.