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LG displays UX 6.0 features in new video

LG displays UX 6.0 features in new video
LG displays UX 6.0 features in new video
LG's new flagship contains a ton of new hardware and software features. Can these upgrades keep the G6 competitive?
Nicholas Morbidelli,

With all of the changes and upgrades introduced with the G6, LG saw it fitting to release a video showing off some of the new features. If you're considering picking up LG's new flagship or just curious about its new software and hardware features, take a look at the video below. The new G6 is taller than its predecessors, and most other phones, allowing for a more immersive movie viewing experience and enhanced multitasking. If you don't have time to watch the four minute video, here's a quick list of the new features it covers:

  • GridShot: Four pictures or videos can be stitched together to create a custom collage.
  • MatchShot: Like GridShot, except this allows users to combine two images into one. 
  • 360 Panorama: LG's claims this is the next generation of panoramic photos.
  • Food Mode: Camera mode that adjusts the colors to make edible subjects pop more in pictures.
  • Create GIF: As the name implies, this mode allows users to create GIFs from pictures or videos.
  • Collage Wallpapers: Users can create wallpaper slideshows from their pictures. 
  • LG Mobile Switch: Revamped backup utility for LG phones. 
  • Extended Capture: Users can take screenshots of long articles. 
  • Smart Doctor: Diagnoses and fixes performance issues.

Most, if not all, of these features have been available in third party apps for a while now, but it's still nice to see them integrated into the OS. These little features should help the G6 remain competitive against its main opponent, the feature-packed Galaxy S8

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Nicholas Morbidelli, 2017-03-29 (Update: 2017-03-29)