LG Introduces Knock-ON Feature In Its L-Series II Smartphones

LG Introduces Knock ON feature in L series phones
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LG Introduces Knock-ON feature which was Seen in LG G2 Flagship phone of LG in 2013, And people gaved lot of positive response to it. Just double tap on the screen to turn on the screen as the buttons were located at the back.

LG Introduces Knock ON feature in L series phones

LG Introduces Knock ON feature in L series phones

Knock-ON feature will be available for following devices

  • LG L1 II
  • L3 II
  • L4 II
  • L5 II
  • L7 II.

This are the most sold smartphones  as those are Budget devices. The Update to start roll out From FEB 2014

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LG introduces Knock-ON feature to its L- Series II smartphones

 

New Delhi, 4th February, 2014: LG Electronics today announced that its popular Knock-ON feature would now be included as a standard feature in its L Series II smartphones. The Knock feature allows you to lock and unlock the device by simply double tapping on the screen of the device.

 

Knock-ON was first introduced in G2 as a convenient way to turn the smartphone on and off by tapping twice on the display, since the power button was located on the back of the phone. The reaction of audiences to this new feature was so positive that it has now been introduced to LG’s range of L Series II. The L- Series II line-up is one of LG’s bestselling series, and the Knock-ON feature is now available on LG L1 II, L3 II, L4 II, L5 II and L7 II.

 

“Knock-ON is a distinct part of updated UX, and a great example of a blend between state-of-the-art technology and consumer-centric insights”, said Mr. Amit Gujral, Marketing head, LG India. “Knock-ON has been very well received ever since we first introduced it to the LG G2. We listened and learned from consumers, and proactively adapted this unique feature to all L-series II phones.”

 

This update is all set to begin its roll-out starting February, 2014.

 

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