LG‘s upcoming new V30 smartphone is shaping up to be a great smartphone. So far, the leaked rumors point towards a very promising hardware and it appears that the smartphone is well built, both internally as well as externally. However, it looks like LG has a lot to in terms of the software as well. Yes, the company has now teased a couple of new features with the new version of the software for the V30 smartphone.
If you didn’t know already, LG fits its smartphones with a custom UI on top of the stock Android and the upcoming V30 smartphone will be running on the 6th iteration of the same, with some minor advancements. Do make a note that this is not to be confused with the Android version. And now, coming to this UX 6.0+, LG says that they have made a few changes, especially for the V30 smartphone.
As you may or may not know by now, LG has decided to ditch the secondary display on the V30 smartphone. However, now the company has confirmed that the lack of secondary display will be compensated by the presence of a floating bar. Don’t worry, this is not going to be an annoying floating bar always on top of your apps. Once you are done with it, it will collapse into a small arrow and can be tucked into the display. As you might have guessed by now, this floating display will house your shortcuts of the apps which you use frequently.
Apart from that, LG also says that the Always-On display on the V30 smartphone is improved with a few customization options. Now, with the new software, in addition to the existing clock, you will be able to add things like floating tools, music player or even a picture for that matter. And few other improvements in the new software include, the ability to unlock the smartphone with just your face or voice, even when the display is turned off. While face unlocking is nothing new to us, the voice unlocking feature does sound quite interesting. It is said that the device will identify some keywords, which the user decides to set.
Having said that, it does look like the V30 will bring a lot of interesting and meaningful changes to the UI. Considering the fact that the smartphone is set to be unveiled very soon, it’s not going to be long, until we see all these features in action. So, be sure to stay tuned for more info on this.
Via – Android Police