With LG announce the G Pro 2 and some low-mid ranged handsets, we have to wonder what else the South Korean tech company might have in store for us at MWC 2014. Perhaps the handsets will be put on display and demonstrated for the world to see, or perhaps LG might have other products that they are still keeping under wraps, but either way LG has since released a teaser trailer for their presence at MWC 2014 which will be taking place in Barcelona next week. The video shows off a couple of LG’s devices, including the LG G Flex, and also based on the tagline which reads, “Knock and Discover Tomorrow”, we can only assume that LG might share additional Knock Code details.
For those unfamiliar, Knock Code is LG’s new security system for its smartphones. It is also the successor to Knock On feature which allows users to double tap the screen to wake the phone up, rather than pressing a physical button. What differentiates Knock Code from Knock On is that it allows users to wake up the phone by tapping a series of patterns. According to LG, there are over 86,000 possible combinations, meaning that figuring out your knock pattern might not be as easy as one might think. In fact LG believes that Knock Code is safer compared to Touch ID, but we guess we will have to wait and see to find out.
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