Consumer electronics conglomerate LG is all set to pitch for its very own wrist-worn device that runs the webOS according to earlier reports. LG just did that it has formally launched and flaunted its WebOS Smartwatch at the CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Wall Street Journal has quipped that the newly fangled LG smartwatch products will make their debut in the earlier part of next year. According to an unnamed source from LG, the company is currently developing a software platform in niches they are very familiar with.
The webOS is a mobile operating system is owned by LG after acquiring it from HP two years ago and this is the company’s answer to Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android.
Android Central and The Verge has tried the webOS-based LG smartwatch at CES, where LG showcase the wearable device while linked to an Audi vehicle.