The LG G8X is one of the more innovative smartphones that have recently been released. It’s part of the ThinQ family and it is a folding phone with 2 screens. This means you can double your 6.7 inch 15 cm) screen but it is a good idea to spend some time becoming familiar with the phone itself.
How to Adjust App Ratios for LG G8X
One of the more important things to consider is how the app ratios can be adjusted on your phone. This can be done by going to “Settings” and then pressing “Display tab.’’ You then select the app that you want to adjust the ratio for. After you have modified the ratio of the app you then press “O.K.” The process to adjust the app ratios is called “App Scaling.”
It is important to note that any work must be saved before doing this because the app will have to reset before the app can apply the changes that you have requested. When the app is reopened it will be at the new size that you requested it to be. This can also be learnt by spending a bit of quality time with the LG G8X after you ‘ve unboxed it.
But there is so much more to the LG G8X than this aspect alone. Priced at just $699 USD it is a surprisingly affordable option for those who want a 2 for 1 deal because you have 2 screens at an affordable price and it also comes with a dual screen accessory. Using the Snapdragon 855 processor keeps its performance on par with expectations. That said, there is nothing remarkable about the phone itself. In fact it is still so old school that it still includes headphone jacks which are fast disappearing from other brands. A quad Dac can activate wired earphones that makes for exceptional listening quality so it appears to be another instance of the old saying that if it ain’t broke then don’t fix it.
By focusing on dual screen functionality it emphasizes the practical over the revolutionary. Key to this approach is the Dual Screen accessory which operates like a folio and it is able to double the size of the screen. While this is a great feature the question is whether it is enough to win over customers. People enjoy having large screen sizes that tablets offer and this is an effort to cut in on that market. With the size of an average smartphone the dual-screen option is enough to convince gamers and selfie addicts that bigger is sometimes better if it is done correctly.
There is a respectable 6GB of RAM running on Android 9.0 Pie. Those are fairly normal specifications as is the 4,000 mAh battery, which is adequate. But is it smart enough not to power the apps while they’re not in use? The answer is yes. There is also 128 GB of internal storage and you will also get front and back cameras as well. While this is not a 5G phone, it does fulfill a niche market that has a window of opportunity before 5G becomes fully mature. The challenge as always is to deliver more from less and the LG G8X does that very well indeed.