LG V30 receives upgraded UX allowing for more customization options

With the LG V30 due to be introduced on August 31st (that is the day before IFA 2017 opens in Berlin), LG has upgraded the UX on the phone to version 6.0+. The update optimizes the UX so that it will offer more personalization with the 18:9 FullVision OLED display. As we've pointed out, the LG V30 is a multimedia beast and with the phone set on Manual Mode, Graphy can be employed. With this feature, users of the LG V30 will have access to a number of professional quality tools for photography.

With settings like white balance, shutter speed, aperture and ISO at the fingertips of the phone's owner, photographs can be customized. GIFs can be quickly and easily created in the Gallery menu and a Create Movie settings allows a film to be created out of thin air using photographs.

The UX update adds new security features such as Face Recognition. Even with the display off, the LG V30's front-facing camera can instantly unlock the handset. The phone can also be unlocked using Voice Recognition with the owner reciting a series of self-generated keywords. And a Floating Bar on the LG V30 now takes the place of the secondary ticker screen. The Floating Bar display offers access to frequently used functions. When not used, it can be dragged off the FullVision display. Lastly, the Always-on display now shows more than just the time. Other features you'll see include Quick Tools, and a Music Player or personal photograph.

Check in often for the latest on the LG V30 as we head to the phone's official unveiling at the end of this month.

source: LG

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