LG G4 will be “radically different” from anything you’ve seen before
LG Electronics is ready to change how the dice rolls with the LG G4, the company says. With Samsung ditching plastic and embracing an aluminum
iPhone design in the Galaxy S6, fellow South Korean tech giant LG is looking forward to following suit.
Company president and head of LG’s mobile unit — totally responsible for smartphone and mobile phone production — Cho Jun-ho, told KoreaTimes that the next LG battleship will be “radically different” from the LG G3 and other past LG devices. The CEO didn’t say if hsis company will use metal like Samsung but said they are aiming to become the third largest phone vendor in terms of sales figures by the end of the year.
The “G4 will also be good,” Jun-ho said. “We will announce LG UX 4.0 before announcing the LG G4. I think it is simply the best and the issue is how to best fit the new UX system into the G4 smartphone.”
The chief executive also hinted that LG is planning to use an in-house chipset in the G4 just like Samsung did. “Producing our own mobile application chips is very important. As LG Electronics has been consistent in developing these, we plan to gradually incorporate into our new models,” he added.
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