LG Invites Developers to Use Its G5 Modular Design
LG Electronics has opened up the new LG G5, inviting developers to reimagine the possibilities for the modular design smartphone and companion devices.
At its fourth annual LG Developer Event, hosted on April 15 in San Francisco, attendees will learn how they can develop apps and hardware compatible with LG G5.
In advance of the event, LG has also launched its new software development kit (SDK) and hardware development kit (HDK).
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To help developers monetize the LG G5 companion devices they create, LG will soon be launching a new marketplace as well. The online destination will further support developers, allowing them to sell their compatible products and content directly to consumers.
The Friday evening event will be emceed by Mario Tapia – mobile industry pundit – and will include keynote presentations from LG executives involved in LG G5’s product development, SDK and HDK partners, technical demonstrations and breakout sessions.
Developers will also learn how to create their own camera control apps for the new LG 360 CAM and LG 360 VR viewer and also learn more about Google’s Open Spherical Camera API.
You can register and learn more about the event and LG’s Developer Program.