LG G6 Will Feature An Innovating New User Interface

The South Korean tech manufacturer is getting close to launching its highly anticipated flagship LG G6 smartphone. The reason why everyone is so hyped up about the upcoming LG G6 is because it’s going e equipped with high end hardware parts and an impressive 5.7 inch display. Even better, LG wants to revolutionize the device’s user experience by adding a new user interface.

LG G6: UX 6.0 User Interface

LG recently launched a short 13 second teaser in which it showcased the upcoming UX 6.0. This will go perfectly with the device’s 5.7 inch 18:9 aspect ratio display. In fact, the strongest feature that this new user interface will bring is that it allows users to take pictures and review them as the same time. All of this will be made possible through UX 6.0’s Square Camera mode. Additionally, UX 6.0 has been built around Google’s Android operating system. We can only wonder what other features will UX 6.0 contain.

LG G6: Launch Date

The smartphone will be launched during the upcoming Mobile World Congress event on 26th February. The highlight of LG’s presentation will be that LG G6 will feature one hand usability. It looks like UX 6.0 has been developed especially for that reason. Worth mentioning is that the new interface will also be compatible with LG’s Full Vision which is a bezel less design.

LG G6: Specs and Features

The Chinese manufacturer is expected to equip its flagship device with a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon 821 chipset. This processor clocks at 2.35 GHz and it’s also coupled with an Adreno 530 graphics processing unit and a whopping amount of 6GB of RAM. It’s safe to say that its hardware performance will be quite outstanding.

Another key selling point of LG G6 will be the fact that its IP68 certified. This means that it will be water and dust proof. The only downside to this feature is that it means LG G6 will ship with a non-removable battery. The reason behind this is to keep the device sealed tight. While we can’t know for sure how big the battery will be, we can expect it to be a Li-Ion.

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