LG V30 UX video shows your favorite features

The talk around the water cooler on Friday remained the LG V30. If taking pictures and video is your thing, the LG V30 should be at the top of your short list when it comes to deciding which new phone to buy. And on Friday, LG Mobile released a video titled LG V30: UX Video. The video shows the user experience of the phone including the always on display. Revised for the P-OLED screen that the LG V30 sports, the always on display can be customized for the user's needs.

The always on display shows quick tools, notifications, battery settings, and controls for the music player. And while there is no second display on the LG V30 like there was on the LG V20, a floating bar allows LG V30 users to have the same capabilities as though the phone did carry a second display. The floater will give you access to drawing tools, app shortcuts, a music player and the ability to answer an incoming call. Quick contacts allows you to find a phone number on the run.

Hey, did you know that the LG V30 is a media powerhouse? If you're a PhoneArena reader, you know that we have already said this about the device a number of times. And with Point Zoom, you can use a slider tool to slowly zoom in to any point on a picture. And Cine Effects gives you plenty of filters to use that bring a certain dramatic feeling to a video or photograph. With Graphy, LG V30 users can take pictures using a manual mode just like a professional photographer does. And the LG V30 UX will help the phone's user edit video on the fly. Two videos can simply be combined into one new and improved clip.

The LG V30 is going to make you a better photographer and the hardware is obviously one reason why. This is the first smartphone to feature a camera with an f/1.6 aperture, allowing a large amount of light to enter the lens. Low-light settings shouldn't scare you if you own the LG V30.

You can check out the phone's UX by watching the video at the top of the this story.

source: LGMobile

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1. Well-Manicured-Man

Posts: 726; Member since: Jun 16, 2015

I like this phone. It looks like LG has put some thought into this product.

2. foreverNOOB

Posts: 185; Member since: Jul 07, 2017

Waiting patiently to pre-order it... hope that it won't be too long.

3. limona

Posts: 72; Member since: May 19, 2017

I like the design and the UX but wish it would had FM Radio and IR blaster. I really can't understand why they are removing those features.

5. amasog

Posts: 552; Member since: Aug 22, 2013

Maybe they save millions of dollars by not enabling fm radio & ir blaster. Another reason for me to stick with my beloved lg g3 - with removable battery, ir blaster, fm radio, no gimmicky extra camera, 16:9 screen. How i wish my g3 has Always On display.

6. Settings

Posts: 2943; Member since: Jul 02, 2014

I had the G3, it was good on it's time. The best what I liked about LG is it's launcher (no app drawer) and the customizable nav bars. Not just like Samsung's which you can change only two colors and the order.

9. limona

Posts: 72; Member since: May 19, 2017

I also own LG g3. I have a lot of problems (like overheating, usb connector issue, inaccurate gps) but I love it (I don't know why). It's time to switch to new phone and I am thinking to give LG another chance.

8. DFranch

Posts: 562; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

I assume a majority of users are not using these features (I personally never wished for either feature). Plus, since google sells a monthly music service, they probably see FM radio as costing them money.

4. Furkan

Posts: 552; Member since: Feb 25, 2017

Wow wo

7. jessy90

Posts: 162; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

All i can say is wooow LG.

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