G3 gets specially designed user interface that makes use of the extra screen estate on the phone
The upcoming LG G3 gets the new Landscape UX which is the specially designed user interface which coems to surface after the phone is flipped into the landscape mode. The new UI perfectly makes use of the extra space on the display. The screenshot posted by @evleaks shows us how the phone is going to look like in its landscape mode however it was removed instantly as it can no longer be found on @evleaks’ Twitter account. Clearly LG is not being too happy about the tons of leaks which the G3 has gotten so far.
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The screenshot shows the design aligned with the Optimus UI look and feel with flat icons all over and a very neat look. The bottom bar also receives a new fourth button which is shortcut to toggle the notification shade and it is not the first time we are seeing it; the button has appeared on previous LG smartphones and tablets as well.
A short teaser video has already been launched by LG which was a little trailer prior to the actual announcement which is to be made on the 27th of May. The phone features a 5.5" QHD display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. The phone will have two variants; one with 16GB of storage and 2GB of RAM and the other with 32GB of storage and 3GB of RAM.