LG is trying to win back users after a disappointing launch of its own 3G smartphone last year.
But that didn’t stop the company from offering its own wireless TV streaming device.
Now LG is introducing its own LG G4 wireless TV-coupling adapter to compete with the recently launched LG G6, but it won’t be the first LG TV-to-wireless converter to make the cut.
LG is launching the LG G3 wireless TV device today, a device that will have a 3G signal and be able to connect to other 3G devices.
LG says the G3 is designed to make streaming video a breeze for TV watchers with its wireless TV receiver, which supports the LG 4K TV and 4K Ultra HD content.
The LG G1 wireless TV adapter is available at LG’s flagship retail store.
LG has also introduced the LG TV4, which includes an external 3G receiver and a TV-connected cable box for video streaming.
LG also offers the LG Vue 4K wireless TV unit, which uses an external receiver to connect a TV to a phone.
The TV4 uses an LG TV receiver and LG TV box.
LG G2 and LG G Pro wireless TV boxes were also announced, as were the LG Smart TV 4K, LG TV Ultra, LG Smart 4K 4K and LG Smart 5K.
The latest LG TV product is the LG Ultra+ 3G, which adds a 3D video player to the TV and a 4K display.
LG’s newest TV box, the LG X5, will also be launching today.
It has a 4.7-inch 1080p screen, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a 1.8GHz quad-core processor.
The X5 supports 1080p, 2160p and 4k video streaming and is expected to launch in November.
LG unveiled a new LG TV app last week, which has been updated with a new widget for users to create their own personalized 3D home theater experience.
The app also includes a dedicated button for launching the 4K-ready version of LG’s apps and content.
LG announced its new TV service in February with a free plan that lets users stream 4K video content to the home or watch movies on a connected television.
LG was able to secure an initial $500 million investment from Google Ventures, according to The Wall Street Journal.