I don’t remember if any smartphone brand has showcased its upcoming device in so many teasers. LG has once again released a brand new video teaser showcasing a quick look on the top features the next UX 4.0 will have.
For those who are new to the party, UX is the user interface (Android Skin) which LG adds onto its smartphones, and 4.0 is a brand new version that is supposed to arrive with upcoming LG G4.
The device is set to be launched on April 28th in two parallel events, one in London and other in New York. We have already seen the device from front and rear, and we also know some of its unique features. You can check on our each and every coverage of LG G4 over here.
If you’ve been already keeping up with all our teasers, rumours, and every coverage, then let’s jump on the current one.
LG has released a new teaser video on its YouTube channel, displaying four features that will be part of the upcoming device and UI.
No doubt, the UI looks pretty simple and as expected LG seems to be working on keeping things clear, elegant and less heavy. The first feature in that teaser is that taking a quick picture is very fast.
Samsung Galaxy S6 offers a similar feature, in which you need to double press the home button and you’re driven in the camera application.
Users are already praising how quick that feature in S6 is, but, LG has taken one step forward than that. In the upcoming device, you just need to tap two times on the rear (a sensor among the power and volume button unit, Yes, they are at rear), and a picture will be taken and saved into the library.
Also read: Full Technical Details of LG G4 Camera
So, no need to press the shutter, as the device will instantly take the picture on its own. This will surely help consumers in taking pictures without missing even a second of the moment.
Another eye-catching feature of camera software is for the selfie lovers, which is almost everyone these days. The device takes approx four pictures and then allow you to choose the best one. The camera shutter for selfie can be activated using a simple gesture.
Next is the QuickMemo+. This app can quickly capture the text you want to read (especially when you’re working with it) and it will remove all the advertisements or any kind of distractions which were part of that webpage.
Last, LG has added a favourite system in the contacts. You can set a contact as your favourite (which is also the part of my old Xperia P, but just the favourite button, nothing else) and then the device will ring special tone, whenever you get calls from those contacts.
Do you need a further explanation on that?
Here, watch the video now, and see the UX 4.0 in live action.
Stay tuned for more coverage!