LG's L Series II phones to get premium "Knock" feature via maintenance update in January

LG's  L Series II phones to get premium "Knock" feature via maintenance update in January
LG announced on Sunday morning in Korea that its premium feature "Knock", once known as "KnockON," will be standard on future models. LG's L Series II handsets will receive the feature through a maintenance update scheduled for next month. "KnockON" was developed as a way to quickly turn on a sleeping LG G2 handset. With the flagship's power button on the back of the phone, users can more easily awaken the unit with a double tap to the screen.

Following its debut on the LG G2, "Knock" made its way to the LG G Pad 8.3 tablet, and the LG G Flex. The latter, featuring a curved screen, also has its power and volume buttons located on the back of the device.

Because those using the three LG devices with "Knock" were so enthralled with the feature, the South Korean based OEM decided to whip up a version for the LG L Series II models so that as many LG customers as possible can experience it.


source: LG

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