South Korean tech manufacturer LG has filed a trademark application for a mobile payment system, suggesting it could join the likes of Apple and Samsung in offering the service.The South Korean newspaper ETNEWS revealed that the company had filed for the name 'G PAY' at Korean and US intellectual property offices, suggesting it plans to enter into mobile payment market.At a reporters meeting that was held on the 1st of October for a release of LG Electronics' new Smartphone 'V10', Director (Executive Director) Kim Jong Hoon of LG Electronics' MC Business Headquarters' Product Planning Group confirmed LG's plan to enter payment service, according to the newspaper.The V10 featured a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor developed by FPC, the touch sensor FPC1035 – it was the first time the manufacturer had used a biometric sensor.