LG V30 UX video shows off key features of the smartphone

The LG V30 was unveiled a couple of days ago at the IFA 2017.

    LG V30 was one of the most flagship smartphones this year. After months of speculations, LG unveiled the device two days ago at the IFA Berlin.

    LG V30 UX video shows off key features of the smartphone

    Now, the company has released a YouTube video to create more hype about the LG V30. Titled as LG V30: UX Video, it basically highlights the key features of the smartphone. The video shows the user experience of the phone including the always on display feature. If you don't know yet, the LG V30's P-OLED screen has the always on feature that can be customized as per the user's needs.

    The always on display was also used on the Samsung's Galaxy S8 duo. It shows quick tools, notifications, battery settings, and controls for the music player. Another major change seen on LG V30 from its predecessor is that it comes without the signature secondary screen.

    Instead of that, LG has introduced a floating bar, which functions in a similar manner as the secondary display. The floating bar gives users access to drawing tools, app shortcuts, the music player, and the ability to answer an incoming call. While Quick contacts feature allows users to find a phone number on the run.

    In addition, with Point Zoom feature in the camera, you can use a slider tool to slowly zoom into any point on a picture. There is also the Cine Effects feature that offers a lot of filters that gives a certain dramatic feeling to a video or photograph. While with Graphy, LG V30 owners can capture images using a manual mode just like a professional photographer does.

    Lastly, the LG V30 UX will allow users to edit videos. They can combine two videos together making a new and improved clip.

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