Flipping the upcoming LG G3 in landscape mode invokes Landscape UX - a specially designed user interface that makes use of the extra screen estate on the phone. @evleaks shared a screenshot of it earlier today, but now it is no longer to be found under the infamous Twitter account. Probably LG isn't too happy to have so many leaks of its 2014 flagship.
Anyway, the screenshot is inline with the latest Optimus UI look and feel. There are flat icons all over and everything is cleaner than before. You will also notice a fourth software button added on the bottom. It's a shortcut to toggle the notification shade and is also available on a number of previous LG smartphones and tablets.
LG launched a short teaser video of the G3 to tease the launch of the phone before its announcement on May 27. If that video isn't enough to quench your thirst for more info about that upcoming phone, here are live images in addition to official photos.
The LG G3 will come with a 5.5" QHD display – that's 2560 x 1440 pixels adding up to the whooping pixel density of 534ppi. It will be available in two different versions – one with 16GB of storage and 2GB of RAM and the other with 32GB of storage and 3GB of RAM. Both units will support memory expansion via a microSD card slot.
Motorola made the first mobile phone when Apple was nothing and IBM the first touchscreen phone, so what are you talking about?
Motorola had the first mobile phone. Not crApple. Do your research.
now the UI looks clean and gorgeous...............