"The LG G6 with FullVision was inspired by the philosophy of experts in the movie industry who believe that an 18:9 ratio screen would be the best solution for viewing both old and new cinematic content in the digital age", said Juno Cho, president of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. Though that, only time will tell but LG has backed its statement with several slick tricks and nice stuff the LG G6 will be sporting, thanks to its 2,880 x 1,440, Quad HD+ display (and a new interface).
"The dimensions of the phone are ergonomically created to ensure maximum comfort and compatibility with existing and upcoming digital content", says LG. To do this, LG has provided a Square Camera feature that divides this QHD+ Full Vision display into two identical squares. This will allow you to have two apps running side-by-side without negatively affecting the way they are displayed.
Climbing food and fuel prices push inflation closer to Bank's 2% target
Inflation had been expected to hit 1.9 per cent in January, a stone's throw from the Bank of England's two per cent target. An economist from Icra, however said that fuels are unlikely to put extra pressure on retail inflation in the near term.
LG UX 6.0 will come with a Square Camera feature which will divide the 18:9 display into two identical ideal squares that will allow users to shoot image as well as review them in the adjacent window.
The device's display has an aspect ratio of 18:9, something which the company says will help offer advanced multi-tasking experience. The UX also includes a feature that allows users to view existing 16:9 ratio content easily in 18:9 format. Moreover, turning the smartphone horizontally in the calendar app will push the calendar to the left and open up a user's schedule on the right. This particular feature has been available in apps such as Instagram. Now LG the South Korean company has posted a teaser on YouTube that reveals the smartphone will feature a new user interface. Having said, that, if you wish to know more about the smartphone, then be sure to stay tuned to PhoneRadar as we will update once we have more details. So you can have a call window on one side and the calendar application in the other, or typing a memo in one window while viewing a website in the other.