LG’s at present released smartwatch portfolio incorporates the G Watch and the G Watch R, which are both running on Google’s Android Wear platform. At the same time now it is working on a new smartwatch, which will run all alone with webOS platform, The Verge reports.
A developer website, which has been pulled at the time of recording this story, affirmed the presence of the smartwatch. One of the slides on the site read, ” LG SmartWatch gets more powerful with the new Web-centric platform.” The webpage likewise uncovered that SDK for the approaching smartwatch was headed.
There is no details accessible about the smartwatch right now. As of late in any case, a smartwatch codenamed LG VC100/LG VC100P was spotted on FCC’s website. As per the posting, the smartwatch features measurements of 57.7×35.5mm, and is likewise said to have 3G support.
Google’s Android Wear platform hasn’t had the best of begins, and as of now companies are keen in new alternative platforms. Samsung’s smartwatches run on its homegrown Tizen platform, excepting the Gear Live, which the company dispatched recently.
It would be fascinating to perceive how LG figures out how to utilize webOS on its smartwatch. The operating system hasn’t had the best of excursions. It was initially developed by Palm, which was then procured by HP. Owning to the company’s issues, the operating system was open-sourced, before it was acquired by LG.
Look at the slides from the developer website below.