LG are going to be declaring a new QuickWindow cover that is designed completely for its G pro phablet. The leaked image of the accessory additionally suggests that the coming add-on can have the same functionality to it of the G2 quick cover. Apart from introducing a new accessory to glorify the appearance of the G pro, the South Korean manufacturer is anticipated to bring a few of cool options to its phablet. If the rumours are to be sure, LG G pro can get the popular KnockOn feature that enables you to lock and unlock your device by double tapping on the screen. Additionally, the device will get the whole QuickWindow functionality at the side of the dedicated user interface to assist you use your smartphone while not having to open the cover each time.
A leaked press render reveals that the accessory can have similar functionality to it provided by the cover for the G2, permitting users to answer/decline calls, view the present weather, pause/play or skip tracks among the integrated music player and turn between a series of terribly wonderful clock faces.
In addition to the new QuickWindow case, that is predicted to travel on sale for $59.99, recent rumours recommend that the South Korean multinational company also will be rolling out a rather hefty software package update to the G pro, delivery with it a truckload of recent functionality.
A relatively reliable Italian publication believes that LG is predicted to formally announce the provision of the QuickWindow cover for the G pro in Korea very close to future, and therefore the future upgrade can begin being pushed to handsets over the course of subsequent few weeks. LG is anticipated to formally announce the availability of the QuickWindow cover for its G pro in Korea. The coming software update for the device can roll on in Korean within the coming days, before heading on to alternative regions.