The Korean-based company filed a trademark on November 14 for a product named "Glasstic" which, once again, hints at LG working on its own hi-tech spectacles.
The device is filed in the categories of both "Mobile phones" and "Spectacles (optics)" which are pretty significant clues, we'd say.
Glassic move from LG, there
The device might not work quite like Google Glass though. An LG patent published earlier this year described a pair of glasses that will let you see the display of a device, such as a tablet, when you look away from it.
This could be the same "Glasstic" device we're reading about right now and could offer up something much more impressive than what Google is showing off right now.
Google Glass is expected to get a commercial release next year, but it might not be the only one fighting for some space on our faces.
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