Leaked screenshots of the LG G3 reveal a flatter UI

LG G3 Screenshot

A new leak courtesy of GSM Arena has shown off the alleged homescreen of the upcoming LG G3 flagship. The leaked screenshot reveals that LG will finally adopt a flatter UI with squarer icons and a more simplistic approach to design. This is well in line with what most manufacturers are doing today, including Samsung which switched from the cartoonish TouchWiz to a clearer and flatter UI design with the Galaxy S5.

There’s no confirmation that this is the LG G3, but considering that there’s no other LG device on the market with such an overhauled user interface, this is almost certainly the real deal. The weather widget looks particularly interesting as it appears to show personalized suggestions like “carry an umbrella today” depending on the forecast, which is a neat touch.

The LG G3 is expected to come with a 5.5 inch Quad HD display, a 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 chipset, a 16-megapixel camera with OIS+ technology, 3GB of RAM and Android 4.4.2 KitKat with the revamped UI that you see above.

Via: GSM Arena

One Reply to “Leaked screenshots of the LG G3 reveal a flatter UI”

  1. My current G Pro 5.5″ with its 1080p display has been a simply brilliant device with one exception, sound output. I believe this issue should be resolved on the G3.
    LG is also supplying Oppo with its industry leading 2k or 1440p screen, which should really enhance any photos taken by the 16mp shooter.
    The waterproofing will be a real plus, but I’m hoping LG can at least match Oppo’s new ultra fast charging. Important to me with batteries getting larger with every new release and the time it takes to recharge is getting ridiculous. No information published has suggested that the battery is in fact removeable.
    LG has till now been a great value for money supplier of leading edge technology till now, I hope this doesn’t change with the G3.

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