LG?s latest smartphone, the LG G3 gives the high-end devices from HTC and Samsung a run for their money. The specs of? the LG G3 are top notch; an awesome QHD display with a 2,560×1,440 resolution, and a laser-guided 13MP rear camera. G3 also includes a removable battery, a microSD memory card slot, and an entirely revamped interface running atop Google?s latest mobile operating system, the Android 4.4 KitKat.
CHANGE YOUR ON-SCREEN KEYS
Just like its predecessors, the G3 also has an on-screen navigation keys. The user interface of LG lets users add new layout keys, change its layout, color and transparency, and it can also hide them inside certain apps. You can do this by going to Settings, then under the Device menu, click on the ?Display? option, and then select the ?Home touch buttons?.
The G3 is required to have three default on-screen keys at the least: Home, Back and Multitask. And you can rearrange them to your liking. You can also add two additional buttons on your screen: Notifications, QSlide, QuickMemo+ or Dual Window.
Is your device?s vibration too weak? Too strong, perhaps? Well, in LG G3, you have the ability to adjust the vibration settings for different tasks like notifications, incoming calls, etc.
To do this, go to settings, under the Device menu, tap on the ?Sound? option, and then tap again on the Vibrate Strength.
TWEAK THE COLOR AND CONTRAST
Even though LG G3 has a beautiful 2,560×1,440-pixel resolution, there are a few people complaining about colors that appear desaturated or? washed out. Good thing this device has a built-in tool to? adjust the screen?s color and contrast.
To adjust it, just head over to Settings, then tap on the Accessibility option. From here on, it?s pretty self explanatory. Just enable the color adjustment, then tweak it to a contrast that looks good in your eyes.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR APP SWITCHER
LG G3 can show you which apps are opened and lets you quickly switch to them by clicking on the on-screen multitasking key. However, only few are aware that there are three different views you can actually choose, from this menu. Just open the menu and then pinch-to-zoom in.
The first pinch is going to show you larger thumbnails in two groups, and the second pinch is going to display something like stock Android (a row of apps that you can swipe away).