Fix for LG G4’s touchscreen issues outed
A lot of us weren’t even aware that some units of LG’s flagship G4 smartphone were experiencing touchscreen issues but thank goodness, a software fix for the technical problem has been released by the phone maker.
From what was gathered from LG’s social media account on Twitter, some users claimed the touch sensor on their devices weren’t responding to quick gestures randomly, however, the Korean company’s head of marketing in the US has cleared the air, stating that an update has been released to fix the glitch.
@buzzjensen Hey Buzz, what’s the word on the LG G4’s touchscreen issues? I like the phone a lot (coming from G2), but missed taps are bad.
— Mark H. (@markisnthere) June 18, 2015
Adding to the United States, Europe, Nigeria, China and many other important markets where it’s on sale, the LG G4 was last week launched in India sporting a price tag of about $804. LG India says the flagship is expected to help ramp up the phone maker’s market share in the region.
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