With its particular "FullVision" QHD+ panel (2,880 x 1,440 pixels) with 564ppi, the G6's screen can devote a perfectly square portion of its area to two functions / apps at once. Now LG the South Korean company has posted a teaser on YouTube that reveals the smartphone will feature a new user interface. It comes with several new features, some of which are created to make full use of the 5.7-inch QHD+ (2880 x 1440) FullVision display we already knew about.
LG's G6, its new flagship phone, will feature a new mobile user interface when it's unveiled later this month, the handset maker said Wednesday. The wider viewing angle will allow more information to be loaded on-screen during searches and e-book reading. Having said, that, if you wish to know more about the smartphone, then be sure to stay tuned to PhoneRadar as we will update once we have more details. For example, you can type a memo on one side of the screen while browsing the web on the other, or use a single app to get new features when the screen is horizontal, like how the calendar app will show a calendar on the left half of the screen and a schedule on the right.
When taking square photos, the display is split into two ideal halves: one reserved for the viewfinder, the other, for previewing already taken pictures. A new Food Mode also adds additional saturation and colour for when shooting, you guessed it, food. However, LG itself has now spoken on the matter and it's time to hear what the company has to say to persuade us that this is the way to go. Now, as the LG G6 approaches with a lack of bezels, the addition of waterproofing, and more, I can't wait to check out this phone. A new feature called Square Camera divides the display into two squares, allowing the user to review the image simultaneously in the 1:1 format used by Instagram and other social media apps.
LG will likely offer even more teasers on the LG G6 before its February 26 press conference.