LG’s Android UI began off like a bad copy of TouchWiz during the Gingerbread days, but more lately it’s become its very own factor. That factor isn’t necessarily good, but it is not terrible either. LG just published a relevant video preview from the LG UX 4., that will most likely be utilized around the G4, and you may endure it see it below.
The recording is mainly in Korean, but I am going to go forward and assume the floating text does not contain anything beyond the usual empty platitudes and marketing-speak you receive in teaser videos. There’s a lot of lengthy pans across stock photos and a few rehashing of older UI features. The supposedly new UX preview starts at approximately the fir minute mark.
A couple of of the things that proven off within the teaser don’t appear a new comer to me, such as the camera options. I am confident the LG G3 already has the majority of that. There is a new Smart Bulletin UI which includes content from more apps, which will be a nice improvement. Which include was basically useless around the G3. It’ll supposedly have an Expert Mode Camera, a brand new gallery, and “Smart Alert.”
The general look is not very different, so far as I will tell. I imagine we’ll get every detail once the G4 is announced later this month.
Update 1: 2015/04/07 7:59am PDT
British language version now live
LG has published the British language form of the teaser video. It does not provide a lot of new information, but here you decide to go.
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