LG G4 boots Android 5.1 Lollipop. As is the case with all LG flagship smartphones, Google's OS is dressed in the Korean giant's latest UX 4.0 interface. See it in action below.
A quick look at the UI of the smartphone reveals that it is an evolution of the one found in LG G3. Users of the latter will instantly find themselves in a familiar territory once they power up the LG G4.
Of course, users can customize an overwhelming amount of UI elements in the LG G4. Everything ranging from lock screen and home screen transition effects is subject to change if desired.
LG's Smart Bulletin can be offers relevant information for the user's daily routine. The feature can be customized or completely disabled.
LG have kept a close eye on the new Material Design, which was introduced by Google with Android 5.0 Lollipop. The stock apps of the smartphone have all received the design language treatment, including the phone dialer, the messaging client, and the calendar among others.
In a manner befitting a large-screen smartphone, LG G4 supports split-screen multitasking. The feature is easily accessible via the recent apps button - a selector lets you choose the apps you want to run side by side.
Overall, LG has focused on polishing the user experience with its latest UX 4.0. There are plenty of features available at the user's disposal, yet their layout and delivery is not overwhelming as it has been with past LG efforts. It is up to the LG G4 owners to pick and choose the features they want to utilize.