LG sent an invitation to "Save the Date" this month for a revelation at Mobile World Congress stating that the Korean smartphone maker no longer has to touch the screen of their device.
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The video suggests that LG's new flagship smartphone, whose name is not yet finalized, will do so. It has a user interface that allows control over hand gestures without touching the screen. This idea has aroused more than a little interest in tech giants.
Earlier this month, the FCC approved Google's approval to use radar-based motion sensors (also known as Project Soli). Users are reported to be able to handset electronic devices.
A non-contact user interface could give LG a big boost, as it could barely stand out from an increasingly competitive market for smartphone gamers. While Apple, Huawei and Samsung dominate high-end phone sales, and OnePlus and other Chinese manufacturers are more likely to hit budget-conscious consumers, LG is getting into the awkward middle of the pack.
Its flagship smartphone, theand are decent devices that are often overlooked for more striking alternatives.
LG did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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