LG G4 to come with a dual-mode user interface that can be scaled down to basics

LG logoLG recently sent out invitations for what can only be presumed to be the upcoming G4 flagship, which will supposedly be unveiled on April 28/29 in New York, Seoul, London, Paris, Singapore, and Istanbul. With a tagline that reads “See the Great, Feel the Great,” we are expecting nothing short of a well-rounded specs-buster with some intriguing design trickery, as can be attested by the stitched leather background, which implies the possibility that natural leather is used for the flagship handset. those specs are said to include a Quad HD panel, Snapdragon 808 or 810 chipset, and a 16 MP camera with OIS on the back.

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Moving on from the hardware and design novelties, the software experience is expected to be revamped, claims Korean media today. Allegedly, the LG G4 will be arriving on its specs high horse with what gets called "a dual-mode user experience." The flagship will apparently offer you two interface modes - a more general and basic one, which will be easier to use, and an expert mode, which will clutter your visuals with a complete set of LG UI features. In the expert mode, for example, you will have more camera functions to choose from, but it looks like that "expertness" won't be applied only to the camera app, but throughout the interface, too.

Source: phoneArena

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