LG Lifeband Touch Fitness Tracker to be Launched Soon

LG Lifeband Touch Fitness Tracker to be Launched Soon

An image of the LG Lifeband Touch fitness tracker has been disclosed, which suggests that the company may introduce the wearable device at the forthcoming 2014 International CES in January or at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event. These events are to be held in February this year.

The two events i.e. the CES and the MWC, are the most prominent technology events. Many companies display their gadgets in the two events. The gadgets will give a tough competition to other devices in its group like the Nike+ FuelBand SE. As per the most recent anecdotes, the South Korean company is also making wearable devices, including a smartwatch, known as G Arch, and a health and fitness wristband, called as G Health.

It is believed that both these gadgets will complement the company's future flagship smartphone, the LG G3. However, LG has not revealed about specifications or price of the Lifeband Touch. Gadget fans expect that the Lifeband Touch will provide comparable or better functionality as compared to the products of its opponents.

Nike released its activity tracker, known as the Nike+ Fuelband SE, in November 2013. The gadget can chase sleep plan of a user. The starting price of the device is $149.

In August, a senior executive gave a clue that the company could release a branded Smartwatch in the coming future. Apple and Samsung are also working on the project. Samsung has already introduced its Galaxy Gear and people are keenly waiting for the launch of the iWatch.


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