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Misplaced Priorities? LG Shows Off the Level of Effort Needed to Produce the V30 Wallpapers.

I don’t know how many of you have seen the video that shows how LG made the V30’s wallpaper. This video:

If you are like me, you probably thought that the creation process only involves a designer, but you’ll be surprised by the level of effort needed to produce the said wallpaper. From building plastic models of the V30 logo to the expert positioning of different colored laser beams to refract light, it’s a surprisingly complex process. A process that requires a lot of time, money and effort.
Here is a similar video for the G6

To be honest, I don’t how to feel about this:

The thing is, I can’t help but think that this is a waste of time and money for a wallpaper that will be replaced by the consumer. Don’t even get me started on how that time can be used to market their devices properly!!
On the other side of things, this portrays LG as a brand that pays close attention to details.
In other related news, isn’t she lovely?

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4 comments on “Misplaced Priorities? LG Shows Off the Level of Effort Needed to Produce the V30 Wallpapers.

  1. Moji Delano says:

    Kilo le to gbogbo eleyi now …lol.

  2. Tee says:

    I definitely want this… Won’t be sticking with the stock wallpaper tho.. And as you said, the could have used the time (and resources) to market the products well… Samsung has already released 2 teaser videos for the note 8 Pushing the large screen and spen, portraying the device As a productivity Oriented phone. LG, WHERE IS YOUR MARKETING?

  3. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

    … WELL,LG ALWAYS GET IT WRONG WHEN IT COMES TO MARKETING. IF THIS WERE TO BE A SAMSUNG VIDEO, IT WILL BE CHANNELED TOWARDS MARKETING THE SAID DEVICE. THE PHONE LOOKS NICR THOUGH, BUT THE NOTE 8 WILL BEAT IT TO THE LOOKS…

  4. Emerson says:

    LG, life’s good when you got your head straight. Its like samsung is paying them to be the underdog or sth, coz I don’t know why they shouldn’t be on top. And why did they remove the secondary display from the V series now, they always make annoying choices like stopping the Flex line of devices, I loved those curves.

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