If you want to do a case study on the classic marketing strategy for a smartphone, all you need to do is take a closer look at the LG G4 introduction. Building up the ante over the last few months with craftily placed ads and images, LG was able to bring up the buzz to an exuberant level. There has been much discussion about the leaked LG G4 images towards the end of 2014. Now, with the release of a well-timed video flaunting the amazing LG UX 4.0 experience, LG has struck all the right notes with just a month left for its release.
Anyone who has used the LG G3 would be thrilled at the prospect of an improved user interface. Added to this is the fact that the LG G4 is going to add a wide array of features to its already existing ones, and you have a brilliant value addition to its predecessor.
Let’s have a look at some of the features that are going to be sported in the LG G4:
- Quick Shot and Expert Camera Mode
- Geolocation tagging to sort photos
- Smart Notice feature integrated into Smart Board
- Includes more notifications on the home screen widget
- Improved weather alerts
- Customized suggestions
- KitKatnav buttons replaced by Lollipop styled ones
- No more capacitive keys
- Better back panel design
Not many smartphones can boast of such a massive upgrade in such a limited time and this is what makes the LG G4 a much awaited one.
Listed below are some of the specifications expected to be in this device.
- LG G Pen stylus
- 5 inches screen size
- 1440 x 2560 pixels screen resolution
- Corning Gorilla Glass 4
- Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop)
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 808
- Hexa-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A57
- Adreno 418
- 32 GB, 3 GB RAM
- 16 MP primary camera
- 8 MP Secondary camera
- Quick Charge 2.0 that allows faster charging.
Even though Android is the most popular smartphone OS available today, it is not without its share of discrepancies. Some of these bloats actually go on to disrupt various features provided by smartphone manufacturers. But LG seems to have sorted this out with its Optimum UI combined with the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop. A recently released video which flaunted the incredible responses received for this new UI has certainly raised expectations from this release to high levels.
LG G4 is going to have better camera performance than its predecessor due to the enhanced pixel capacity as well as new features like the Quick Shot and Expert Camera Mode. A mere double press of the volume button will suffice to click a photo. Geolocation tagging allows a user to segregate photos based on the location where they were clicked and place it on specific albums.
There hasn’t been any clear indication on the price of the LG G4 and we might have to wait till the end of April 2015 when it will be officially released. Users worldwide will have to wait for another month before they can buy one. Do watch this space for all the latest news on the LG G4.
Raise your voice about this new upcoming gadget from LG? Cheers 😀
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