LG Optimus G QSlide picture-in-picture hands-on
Optimus G smartphone the several new features they added were worth a fast mention. One especially is LG’s new picture-in-picture mode dubbed “QSlide” which essentially shows two screens simultaneously.
We’ve recently seen this selection from the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S III and their new Note II, but this time across the show is all about LG. Rather than just offering picture-in-picture they have got an entire dual-screen simultaneous mode. This may permit you to not only view a film while browsing the online – but send a text message while viewing an email, or write an email while enjoying some YouTube videos. Here’s the reason from LG themselves”
QSlide Function shows two different screens simultaneously on one display. Because it doesn’t show part of the screen however the entire screen of both functions, the user can complete two tasks concurrently – along with sending a text message or searching the net while watching a video
What they wish to get across here’s you aren’t getting a watered down floating window of the second one app. With their implementation you’ve the whole screen and whole functionality of both apps – simultaneously. Essentially one (or both) are slightly transparent allowing you to peer both without delay. Here’s true multitasking and only one of many features LG’s delivered to the table with their “groundbreaking” new features. Take a peek below.
Pretty neat right? How useful or effective in daily usage remains unknown but we love different approach. A number of their other new features include Live Zooming for as much as 5x zoom in video playback and record, QuickMemo to put in writing a note or info right at the display and add to a text or email, or even the choice to edit icons for your own personal preference for size. You’ll surely desire to inspect our LG Optimus G hands-on, then stay tuned for an entire review coming soon. Are you impressed with this 4.7-inch quad-core powered Android smartphone?