One of the features of the LG G3 that we really enjoyed was the software skin, considering that it provided smoothness (for the most part) and also a modern-looking interface, while not sacrificing customization ability. That’s why we’re happy this evening in knowing that the LG G3 user interface will be mostly standardized across LG’s mid to entry level smartphones released in the second half of 2014.

LG has been working to provide a consistent experience across all of its Android products, it seems, so it comes to us as no surprise that the proprietary software features developed originally for the G3 will be available on other LG-manufactured phones — like the G Vista, G3 Beat, and the probably-upcoming G3 Stylus.

This news comes just as LG takes home three Red Dot design awards for the G3’s user interface, so having these “premium and unique” (as LG CEO Jong-seok Park puts it) should be a good thing, provided lower-end hardware can smoothly run the software.

Among the proprietary features which will be standardized are a simplified camera with Touch & Shoot, Gesture Shot , and Clean View capabilities, and also the Smart Keyboard which has already been getting some neat updates.

Anyone excited that their next LG phone will more-than-likely have this new skin?

Source: LG

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