Behind the scenes on LG QSlide Function

Behind the scenes on LG QSlide Function

It’s usual for a company to showcase their latest device’s features by showing a short clip of its specific functionality in action shortly after they’ve launched it. Sticking to this ideology, LG let us in on what inspired them to come up with the Optimus G’s multitasking feature called QSlide Function.



One of the smartphone’s most sought after features includes its ability to handle multiple tasks at the same time. It seems a very easy task on paper, but in reality, engineers spend hours and hours trying to make a phone run as smooth as possible even under pressure. Amazingly, the concept behind this complex undertaking comes from a very simple source as explained by an LG Senior Research Engineer.

LG has certainly gone beyond our multitasking expectation with the QSlide Function and has raised the bar pretty high for its competitors. This only goes to show that LG Optimus G isn’t just a pushover smartphone and might just have what it takes to be one of the best in the business. To know more about this S4 Pro-powered handset, you can head on over to our previous post here.

This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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11 Responses

  1. miongb says:

    cool feature…but i would love to see both screens at the same transparency….so for me the “multi-window” feature of the galaxy note 2 wins….

  2. ceegii63 says:

    great feature wasted on LG

  3. Edan says:

    I love the feature, it is pretty neat and good for those who multi-task a lot but I am going to assume that other brands are going to look for an alternative to this one

  4. simplynice93 says:

    iOS just got Pawned with this feature! Android users rejoice! :D

  5. yuja says:

    I havent tried LG but the feature itself is useful :). imagine waiting for your video to stream, you can write sms or do something else. :)

  6. Ramon says:

    I’d love to see this in a galaxy note, but if they implemented this then everyone would say samsung copied again lol

    I might just be biased since my last experience with lg wasn’t that good, but I am interested in the optimus G and nexus 4’s future :)

  7. aki says:

    LG’s Optimus G.
    is a true BEAST!

    imagine scored 7,700in Quadrant benchmark.

    truly good & elegant phone.

    zippy SUPER FAST PHONE……….

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