Official LG video, teases UX 6.0 interface of the LG G6!

LG keeps shooting at everyone with promotional gimmicks regarding their upcoming LG G6 flagship and this time they used a small 12-second video to do it.

The small promo video shows off the brand new mobile UX 6.0 menu that will be used on the LG G6 smartphone for the first time, and using special hashtags such as #Square and #FullVision gives us a small idea on how the interface will look like, on the huge 5.7 inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio.

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Combining the #FullVision display’s clarity with a resolution of 1440 x 2880 pixels, users will be able to take advantage of its aspect ratio and divide menus into two squares when multi-tasking, a format widily used these days on social media platforms.

LG’s new UX 6.0 interface is scheduled to go live in a few days during MWC 2017 at Barcelona and will surely try to help the company’s flagship get some (much needed) momentum in order to have significant sales, before Samsung Galaxy S8 (its main rival) is unveiled one month later.

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  1. Andi
    February 16, 2017

    5.7”… The next (way too) big thing…

  2. MinusPlusDivide
    February 16, 2017

    I want LG to look at Nubia for their split screen feature.