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LG is bringing its UX interface to its low and mid-range devices

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Good things come to those who wait, or so that is how the saying goes. If you have been pretty smug about your LG G3 smartphone for the leaps and bounds that it made in terms of its user interface thanks to multiple screen images and the like, then the rest of the world, at least in LG’s eyes, would have finally caught up as well as the LG G3 UX user interface will finally arrive on entry level as well as mid-range devices from LG, which would encompass both smartphones and tablets.

LG announced that it will bring the UX interface which debuted with the G3 to its mid-range and entry-level smartphones and tablets. The feature-rich Android customization will appear in most of the company’s devices later this year. The flat UX interface of the LG G3 has been receive praise since the handset’s debut. Its features have earned the device three “Best of the Best” award from the 2014 Red Dot Communication Design Award judges. This is not the first time LG brings a feature from its flagships to models down its product range. Late last year, the company made a similar announcement about bringing the Knock feature that debuted in the LG G2 to the L Series of smartphones. You can find out all about the LG G3 UX interface in our detailed review of the smartphone.

 

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