We’ve known for a while now that LG is planning to unveil its upcoming flagship smartphone, the G4, simultaneously in New York, Seoul, London, Paris, Singapore, and Istanbul on April 29. However, up until now, any additional software optimizations that the manufacturer is planning to load onto the device have been a little shady.
If a report published earlier today by Business Korea is any indication, it looks like LG has developed its own Dual Mode Operating System for the G4, which appears to be tailored to two consumer groups — “experts” and “general” users.
The expert mode is set to have more advanced functions on board, not only in the camera application, but elsewhere too. Whereas general mode will be focused on simplicity, eliminating all functionality that would confuse those who are not familiar with a smartphone.
It all sounds good, but we hope LG can develop it without making the device a pain to use, much like Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface is.