LG’s new Phone ‘LG Wing 5G’ is going to unveil by the company on 13 September under Explorer Project. LG Wing 5G is the first phone going to launch under Explorer Project by the company. The phone is said to be a dual-screen in a swiveling form factor.
LG Wing 5G
LG Wing will be one of the most special phone launches by the company and especially it is the first 5G phone which is going to be launch by LG. The phone is first by itself to featured with a dual-screen in a swiveling form factor. The phone is designed in that screen rotating mechanism so that the screen can be tilted to form the shape of the alphabet “T”.
The company says is aimed at “discovering new ways to interact with mobile devices… and challenging established user norms,” and also said that the phone is going to come with different level of features which cannot be matched by any smartphone and which was not imagined by any smartphone company and people.
The phone is rumored to have a Flagship chipset which is very rare to be seen and due to which many people are going to be willing to pay around $1,000 for the Wing and one of the main reason which makes the phone popular so soon is that it’s unique and never before design.
Specification and key features of phone based on leaks
According to the reports and leaks LG Wing 5G is said to contain a 6.8 inches main screen with a 4 inch of secondary screen. LG may bring a triple camera setup for its new Smartphone with a 64 Megapixel Sensor. The phone is going to support 5G network connectivity which is first by LG smartphone. LG wing 5G may be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC.
According to the reports, the phone may contain a price tag of $1,000 (roughly Rs. 73,470) which is not the final price and can be varied after launch. For more details and to known the price of the phone we shall wait for the launch event by the company which is going to be held on September 14 at 10 am EDT (7:30 pm IST).
The company has released a 23-second video showing that the handset’s main display could rotate clockwise to reveal a secondary screen under it and create a T-shape design.