The new site teases a software development kit for a webOS smartwatch. The odd little Bean Bird from LG's webOS TVs appears, but this time with a wristwatch attached to its back (the clue is in the name, Bean Bird, honestly). LG is already well and truly invested in the smartwatch game, of course — there's the G Watch and G Watch R, which both use Android Wear. But, like Samsung using Tizen in some of its smartwatch models, it appears that LG wants to ensure that it's not relying entirely on Google.
LG Appears To Be Developing A WebOS Smartwatch
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