LG introduced its newest cell phone, the LG Wing. The phone is the first to emerge from LG̵
The phone stands out from other models released this year for its unique and exciting form factor, which has a 6.8-inch FullVision screen with 20.5: 9 FHD + P-OLED that swivels out and one 3.9 inch screen with 1.15: 1 G-OLED shows underneath. The main screen has no notches or bevels, and apps are optimized for the phone so you can rotate the phone in different directions for best use.
The use cases for the phone seem limitless, like the ability to have a map on the main screen for navigating while driving and freeing the smaller screen for answering a call, watching a video on the main screen and accessing the playback controls on the Access the smaller screen, or play a racing game on the main screen, with your HUD on the smaller one.
The LG Wing has three rear cameras – an ultra high resolution 64 MP camera, an ultra high 13 MP camera, and an extremely wide 12 MP camera with large pixels – as well as a front-facing 32 MP pop-up camera. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G 5G Mobile Platform processor integrated with a Snapdragon X52 5G modem RF system. It runs on Android 10, has a built-in fingerprint sensor, and supports fast charging and wireless charging. The LG Wing’s IP54 rating and 4,000 mAh battery should keep up with your adventures too.
This phone isn’t LG’s first foray into unusual form factors. With previous entries like the LG Velvet, the LG G8X and LG V60 with dual screens, and even the LG VX9400 from 2008, it’s no wonder the Wing can fly so easily.