LG aims for uniform user experience, brings G3's UX to entry and mid-level devices
LG is looking to provide a consistent user experience across its entire mobile product line up this year.
The South Korean company announced that its G3's UX features will be coming to entry and mid-level mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) which are launched in the second half of this year.
Two particular features making their way to these devices are the simplified camera interface and Smart Keyboard. The simplified camera interface eliminates much of the clutter that plagued its previous devices and makes it easier for users to take photos. For example, users can just tap anywhere on the display to focus and take the photo via Touch & Shoot.
Smart Keyboard will improve the typing experience for its users as it reduces typos by up to 75%. It also allows users to adjust the size and height of the keyboard to suit their preferences. If you like to find out more about these features, do check out our review of the LG G3.
LG is definitely taking a step in the right direction with its latest move. By ensuring a consistent user experience across its mobile devices, users do not need to deal with steep learning curves when switching between LG's mobile devices.