First it was Pebble to bring smartwatches to the mainstream, and from the looks of it, several big companies are looking to make a dent in the same market, including Apple, Samsung, Google, and now LG. It's rumored that LG will be joining the three other companies to compete in making a next-generation smartwatch.
According to The Korea Times, not only is LG currently working on a smartwatch, but they're also developing another wearable piece of technology, which is said to be something similar to Google Glass. This rumored smartwatch from LG would be able to sync to your smartphone and provide notifications and the like to the smartwatch.
As for the software side of things, it's said that this supposed smartwatch will either run Android or Mozilla's Firefox mobile operating system, both of which are tipped to be viable options for the company, although they've already been working with Android for a while now, so that seems like the more obvious choice at this point.
Both Apple and Samsung have been rumored to be creating their own smartwatch variants. However, Samsung has confirmed that they're actually working on one, according to the mobile vice president of the company. The word is still out for Apple, but Google recently joined in on the rumor vine, with LG being the latest one to join the team.
[via The Korea Times]