LG adopts the Whale omnitasking browser to optimize the Dual Screen experience


LG V50 ThinQ
LG adopts the Whale omnitasking browser to optimize the Dual Screen experience
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LG is preparing for the launch of new dual-screen smartphones planned for IFA 2019. Meanwhile, it announced the Whale browser, which is a Chromium-based browser developed in collaboration with the Korean NAVER team that optimizes the user experience and that brings multitasking to a whole new level.

LG and NAVER team up to maximize smartphone dual screen with “omnitasking” browser

From multitasking to omnitasking: thanks to the support for split-screen mode, the browser is characterized by the ability to display two different sites on the same tab with customizable dimensions for each window. On a LG Dual Screen phone like V50 ThinQ 5G. This user experience is even more satisfying, allowing the user to consult two different pages on two separate screens.

“Those who enjoy online shopping will be able to select from a site’s main category menus on one screen. While reading product descriptions on the other. Bilingual users can search and read their favorite news sites in two different languages simultaneously with Whale” explains LG.

LG V50 ThinQ

IFA 2019 will be the occasion for the launch of new smartphones based on the Dual Screen ecosystem. Which will thus go alongside the V50 announced last February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. And which will be followed by others in the future. And of course, Whale will be pre-installed.

NAVER Manager Hyo Kim has guaranteed that the browser will be able to support several languages ​​by the end of the year.

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