LG G3 comes with LifeVibes software from NXP: a holistic approach to voice quality

LG G3 comes with LifeVibes software from NXP: a holistic approach to voice quality
Ever wondered what's behind LG G3's fine-tuned voice quality, besides the hardware parts like the earpiece, mics and the amplified 1W speaker? It turns out that the phone is one of the few with integrated LifeVibes VoiceExperience software, as the creator company NXP bragged in a press release. The enhancements apply to everything voice-related on the G3, from Circuit Switched, through VoLTE and VoIP calls, to LG's Q-Voice speech recognition, which has gotten immensely better in the G3. As per the presser, LifeVibes is a complete solution, not just a piecemeal application:


The whole VoiceExperience kit seems destined almost exclusively for Qualcomm's Hexagon SDK that comes with the chip maker's Snapdragon line of mobile processors. The SDK gives freedom to phone makers or third party developers to tailor the speech, audio imaging and video features and performance for each mobile device's specific hardware paraphernalia, ensuring a holistic approach to the audio quality, for instance, just as it's done on the LG G3.

source: NXP

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G3
  • Display 5.5" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP / 2.1 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, Quad-core, 2500 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh(21h 3G talk time)

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8 Comments

1. DEATHSTROKE9

Posts: 399; Member since: Nov 09, 2013

If only it had better build quality......... I didn't like the metal joke they played on us.

2. vuyonc

Posts: 1088; Member since: Feb 24, 2014

Amen, brother

3. yaniv00

Posts: 21; Member since: Jun 02, 2014

Why? It makes it much lighter and in my opinion (after i held it in the store) it looks very good as well, and i actually prefer it more than metal

4. vuyonc

Posts: 1088; Member since: Feb 24, 2014

But then drop test videos happened

5. Shan83

Posts: 10; Member since: Jul 07, 2014

G3's plastic rear paved way for 1. Removable cover 2. Wireless charging 3. Lesser device weight By all means its a fantastic choice by LG. Drop tests are for fun...the guy performing the drop test can't replicate the drop in his very next attempt. No point in referring to those. In real life, ur phone can drop n diff ways...

6. vuyonc

Posts: 1088; Member since: Feb 24, 2014

Drop tests aren't that realistic but they give a rough idea of a phone's durability. Other plastic, metal and glass smartphones have comfortably survived externally and/or internally in much harsher durability tests. That's easy to imagine when a slim bezel phone's internals and screen are so exposed to the outside world. Maybe LG will get it right next time.

7. DEATHSTROKE9

Posts: 399; Member since: Nov 09, 2013

I hate phones that split into two when dropped :-/

8. Shan83

Posts: 10; Member since: Jul 07, 2014

When Bezels are big..people complain...saying d manufacturer has not used the screen's size optimally..when Bezels are slim, they say u end up holding some part of screen while using the phone...endurance takes a hit...it never ends...its all personal preference. I like smaller bezels...& a plastic rear..you got a diff opinion...thts it..

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