LG G3 UI screenshots leak
Wondering what the LG G3‘s software will look like? Wonder no more. A few screenshots depicting a new LG UI have been leaked today, and they show us that once again LG is following in the footsteps of Samsung.
With the Galaxy S5, Samsung introduced us to a new version of its TouchWiz UI overlay that sits atop of Android, and this one is much flatter than any of its predecessors, having a preference for round and flat icons. Well, guess what? LG is apparently following suit for its next Android flagship, the much leaked G3.
The three images above are purportedly screenshots from the upcoming LG G3, and you can easily spot that this is a flatter, more modern look compared to LG’s previous efforts. Just in case you don’t remember what those look like, below you can see two comparison shots – on the left we have LG’s most recent UI, as seen on the G Pro 2, and on the right is the equivalent from the G3. The difference is striking, needless to say.
Again wanting in on a current trend, LG is apparently also set to debut its very own virtual assistant service, channeling Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Google Now, and Samsung’s S Voice. LG’s effort will simply be called Concierge, and it will, for example, suggest stuff to you (such as “you need an umbrella”) based on the weather forecast, how you use your phone, and many other things.
All of these UI screenshots came in 2,560×1,440 resolution before they were resized for better use on the Web, thus seemingly once more confirming that the LG G3 will have a touchscreen with that particular resolution.
Via Digital Trends