LG G5 Does Drawer of Applications, Optional and Off by Default

I wasn’t there when we tested it, and thus leave it reflected in our first impressions with the LG G5, back in February from the Mobile World Congress. The South Korean company had decided set aside the applications drawer by default, an increasingly widespread fashion and it seems that it will be taken as default in Android.

However, the new top of range of LG Yes will have a space in which group all downloaded apps other than the main desktop. He revealed it in a promotional video produced for face to its week of release to explain all functions of your layer in less than four minutes UX 5.0.

As you can see in the picture, the interface of the G5 gives three options for the desktop configuration. The first and the third are the current version without and with drawer of applications respectively. So far, all the terminal units that have fallen into the hands of the press did not have this option, and no one from the company had made reference to this possibility of configuration.

Yes had presented and shown, the EasyHome mode. This interface simplified and with larger icons will be aimed at older people or little accustomed to the technology and is present from the G3 LG for their mobile phones with Android 4.4.2 KitKat or higher.

In the version of UX 5.0 out of the past MWC this mode yes had drawer of applications, but not the standard. In other words, there was a third option, the have a current interface with all installed apps organized outside the main screen, as in this video.

The trend is clear, increasingly there are more Android devices that dispense drawer. It has a lot to see the growing potential of China and his taste for the style of iOS. But it is always better to be able to choose whether to have it or not have it, and in this case the rectification of LG is a success. It was by popular pressure or willingly.

First impressions with the LG G5

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