LG HAS ALREADY CONFIRMED four new Android 5.0 Lollipop smartphones ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona this year, but we're sure this isn't the only thing the Korean firm has up its sleeve.
The company unveiled the LG G Flex 2 at CES in January, so it's unlikely to produce a G3 successor at MWC.
However, we can expect a new, more classic looking version of the LG G Watch R, called the LG Watch Urbane.
Launching officially at the conference next week, the LG Watch Urbane is designed to look like a classic timepiece with a metal body and leather strap, but it was reported recently that the watch will not sport the same Android Wear software and specs as the G Watch R.
The Urbane will have a 1.3in round P-OLED 320x320 display, powered by a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage and a 410mAh battery.
It includes a sensor that can measure heart rate and average pulse during exercise, while IP67 certification makes the gadget resistant to water and dust.
The watch also has an Always-On ambient setting which can show the time continuously in a dimmed mode to save battery life.
Pricing and availability have yet to be announced, but we do know that it will come in gold and silver colour options.
The four mid-range Android 5.0 handsets unveiled on Monday - the LG Magna, Spirit, Leon and Joy - will begin to roll out globally this week, although no specific UK availability details have been announced.
All of the smartphones, despite their mid-range labels, arrive running Google's Android 5.0 Lollipop software, although the cheapest of the four, the LG Joy, will be sold running Android 4.4 Kitkat in some markets.
The four mid-rangers will ship with 8GB internal storage, 3G and optional 4G connectivity, and a quad-core chip paired with 1GB RAM.
The LG Magna is the largest of the four with a 5in HD display, while the Spirit, Leon and Joy feature 4.7in HD, 4.5in FWVGA and 4in WVGA displays respectively.
Nevertheless, it's still unclear whether LG will unveil its next flagship smartphone, the LG G4, at MWC next week, despite it looking unlikely, but we'll be there to bring you all the latest. µ
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