Fingerprint sensors will reportedly be all the rage in 2014. Apple’s iPhone 5s and HTC’s One Max both have one, and Samsung has been rumoured to join the pack with the Galaxy S5. Now it seems that, via recent overseas reports, LG will follow with the G3.
The Korea Herald industry sources states that LG will come to market with the G3, a successor to the G2, with Android 4.4 KitKat, a QHD display, a 2.2GHz octa-core processor, and a fingerprint scanner.
The Herald also posited that LG will compete in the growing wearable space with a smartwatch called the G-Arch, and a health and fitness band called the G-Health. Both of these will sync with the unannounced G3. Last July, LG filed trademarks for the GPAD, G Watch, G Glass, G Link, G Band, G Hub and some of these have already been released.
These new devices are apparently on deck to be unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in February.