LG prepares its customization layer to step forward and embrace Android 10. LG UX 9.0 is, at first sight, a clearer and more airy user environment, which will be more comfortable and enjoyable to use. In the first video, the South Koreans demonstrate the most important innovations of their new UX 9.0.
According to the video, it is clear that LG also deploys a dark theme of the environment known as Dark Mode to the LG UX 9.0 interface. This is primarily a generous update of the look; in addition, many usable elements are redesigned and partly set to other positions.
The UI is not brand new, it can be found as beta 9.1 on various LG devices – and on the G8X it is just in version 9.0 standard which is much reminiscent of Samsung’s OneUI.
The video with which LG leaves us the first strokes of its future LG UX 9.0 is quite short because it does not reach the minute of duration. But in that minute, we can already see that the idea of the Korean manufacturer is to play with the spaces offered by larger diagonal screens, making the phone’s interface cleaner, tidy, but, above all, more colorful.
Regarding the availability of the new interface, the official announcement is yet to be made.