I've really been impressed with how much the G2 has to offer. LG has really stepped up their game in producing one of the nicest devices of 2013 and after 2 wks with the device I'm still finding some really cool features with it. One website has a list of 30 different
Features and System Hiddent Tricks for a full list please visit their website, here are the ones that I found to be pretty cool:
Quick Camera For three seconds, hold the volume down when the screen is off, to quickly access the camera app and snap a picture. This acts as a camera button whenever you are facing the rear-camera.
Audio Zoom Zoom in on a specific audio source during video recording by zooming on your subject. Audio Zoom uses three stereo microphones to amplify the sound from that specified source.
Screenshots Normally, you need to use the volume and power keys to get a screenshot but in G2, you can swipe the button of the screen then slide right to access quick memo. Use it to take a screenshot and share it if you want.
Plug and Pop Set the animation appearing on the home screen whenever you plug in an ear jack or OTG cable. Go Settings > General > Accessory > USBStorageor Earphone > Edit app panel > Set preferred apps.
Tracking Zoom Use this feature to zoom in on moving subject you select and track actions in a separate pane overlapping the background video.
Zoom to Track If you want to view the subject on a closer range within a video, select the moving object on the playback and choose Zoom to Track to zoom in to track the subject throughout the clip.
Instant Desktop Pinch out to hide all applications and reveal the home screen instantly. This feature will not let alternative launchers to access unless otherwise said.
Some pretty cool stuff with the G2, so far one of my favorite features is the audio zoom!!
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