New 6-inch phone also in the device pipeline

LG plans to roll out multiple new interesting products if statements given by the company's Bulgarian communications executive Dimitar Valev are to be believed. Valev, in an interview with Dnevnik.bg, confirmed that LG will be resurrecting its tablet lineup soon, along with a new 6-inch smart phone device, a smartwatch device and a new Firefox OS phone.

Just saying that new products are coming with no real details isn't of much help, but it's interesting to see an executive laying out a roadmap like this. Our best guess at the upcoming tablet is an 9.8-inch model named the V500, which has just passed through FCC certification. As for the specifics on LG's plans for a new phone even larger than the Optimus G Pro and a jump back into wearable tech, we'll have to keep waiting for more information to surface.

Source: Engadget; (2)

There are 10 comments

RaiderWill says:

First.. :-) And.. Let's see it.

CrimsonSage says:

Second...that...I second that :D

ryancell says:

Love my galaxy nexus with android, but still waiting on LG to make a move with webOS, but being a webOS fan since day one, I am expecting to hear LG abandoned webOS. Firefox OS is at least something different I guess than the main players.

Any chance for nexus phone again by them?

I hope they don't, as I love to see one from Motorola with maxx type battery...

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mcgowan398 says:

I love how LG just gives new product secrets away! °_° So you know what to look forward to.


Dangertrek says:

Yeah well, I had one of LG's last tablet, the Optimus Pad, and like all their devices they abandoned it leaving us buyers without an an update out of Honeycomb!

Sorry LG to me your not serious about your products, just sales.

kalo88 says:

I agree, LG have a terrible habit of churning devices out.

LG OG - Nov 2012.
LG OG Pro - May 2013
LG G2 - August 2013.

In 9 months LG has released 3 flagship phones... Each time they release one the previous phone is no longer of any interest to them.

They need to sort out their software support.

T Well says:

Of course it's coming whatever samsung does lg follows

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CrimsonSage says:

At first I didn't like LG and I'm a samsung fan but I'm starting to like LG more and more...

kenc3dan says:

Idea works better without the comma "tablet watch" - genius!