You'd think that stock wallpapers would be computer-generated images with not much soul and backstory to them, but in the LG G6's case you'd be wrong. The Korean company has taken a more authentic and personal approach and has made the wallpapers from actual physical sheets of card stock.
LG has shared a behind-the-scenes look at the process and it sure looks like a lot of work for just a wallpaper. The designers went all arts-and-crafts on it and drew circles with compasses, used utility knives to cut the paper, measured angles with protractors - who knew these were still a thing.
But if you thought they'd just plop all of this on a table and photograph it, you'd only be half-right. The paper and plastic composition was then suspended in the air so the team could further experiment with angles and lighting. Once those were finalized, a 2:1 passepartout was brought in to simulate G6 display proportions and snap - you have yourself a wallpaper.
Bugs, UX? What, what are you using, Froyo? When did a proper file manager even come to Windows phones? Smh
Well, it doesn't help that they act like drama queens.
Three so far. And now I've given Android another chance after using a Windows phone in the past 3 years. Used Android for 2 years before getting my first Windows phone. And Android is still a mess compared to Windows. From the UI, the UX, the bu...