LG is yet to unveil its 2014 flagship smartphone. The LG G3 is expected to be far better than its predecessor. We exclusively confirmed first that it is going to have a 2K display, the company corroborated the report a little later. Now what about the things you’ll actually seen on that display everyday? Purported LG G3 homescreen screenshots have leaked online which hint at a fresh new user interface as well as a new “concierge” service.
The screenshots show a much cleaner and flatter user interface, a revamped notification drawer with circular icons and a revamped weather widget. Digitaltrends, which claims to have received these screenshots from a “trusted industry source,” says that the screens originally had a 2,560×1,440 pixel resolution, yet another confirmation of the fact that the G3 is going to have a 2K display. LG will be the first major manufacturer to adopt this display technology.
Underneath the weather and time widget you can see that the G3 advises the user to take an umbrella as rain is expected. Sources claim that its a part of LG’s new “concierge” service which will debut with the G3, though apparently the name of this service hasn’t been finalized as yet. It will essentially be LG’s own take on Google Now but the scribe hears concierge will “go beyond Google’s system.”
Essentially the service’s focus would be to learn the user’s habits in order to deliver better suggestions. The service wouldn’t be groundbreaking in any aspect but it would certainly be a welcome addition on LG’s next flagship. Rumor has it that the LG G3 is scheduled for release this July.