LG to reveal Panorama Note for the LG Optimus Vu: II at CES
LG is providing an experimental area at CES where users can check out LG's latest UX improvements including the multitasking users' best friend, QSlide. Other improvements like Live Zooming and Dual Screen Dual Play can also be seen at the zone. The Korean based manufacturer will also make the international debut of its Vu: Talk feature at CES.
source: LG via AndroidCentral Press Release
Panorama Note feature was developed from the analog philosophy of scribbling freely on a large canvas and allows users to write, draw or jot notes while navigating the wide 3:1 ratio image. Panorama Note features 5.8 times zooming capability, easy navigation of the screen both vertically and horizontally via cursors and a Mini Map that shows the location of the viewed image in the original image.
“Panorama Note is just one of many user experience features that LG will be introducing this year to differentiate our mobile devices,” said Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “Our UX features will be deeply integrated with our devices to take advantage of the smartphones’ specific hardware. The battle of smartphone specs will continue but we’re going to take the competition to the next level.”
At CES LG will provide an experimental zone where visitors can personally experience LG’s innovative UX such as QSlide, Live Zooming and Dual Screen Dual Play on LG handsets. The new Vu: Talk feature will also make its international debut at CES on Optimus Vu: II. The Panorama Note will be available on specific target devices in 2013.
1. HTCOE posted on 07 Jan 2013, 13:33 1 0
wtf? im just going to scratch my head on this news here...
5. Alan01 posted on 07 Jan 2013, 14:29 2 0
guys, read the first sentence...it is a new feature for the LG Optimus Vu II and other LG devices.
7. g2a5b0e posted on 07 Jan 2013, 21:32 0 0
I didn't think it was that complicated, but apparently, reading comprehension isn't a strong point amongst some of our esteemed peers.
2. simplepink posted on 07 Jan 2013, 13:50 0 0
Interesting. Is this a mobile device? Article doesn't say.
3. eisenbricher posted on 07 Jan 2013, 13:52 0 0
This makes LG look struggling, but unable to make anything out of it.