LG tells the story of it’s QSlide multi-tasking feature, took cues from foggy windows
LG has released a video that explain a few things behind their QSlide technology. QSlide is a different way to multi-task, taking obvious inspiration from Samsung’s pop-up-play feature on their 2012 Galaxy series.
QSlide allows you to operate two screens on your phone at one time via using an adjustable transparency setting. It’s not available with every function of the phone, but it allows you to multi-task when you need it. QSlide doesn’t have the same amazing functions as Samsung’s Galaxy Note II’s amazing new multi-tasking capabilities (where you can function many different apps in a half-screen).
Check the video below and view the inspiration behind LG’s multi-tasking experience. It looks like they took some cues from that lovely task we used to undertake as children, writing on the fog of our car windows.
In other news, LG wanted to test out just how real it’s IPS monitors are. There’s no better way to show off new technology than a live demonstration, though.
So, what did LG do? I don’t want to ruin any surprises so check out the video below: