LG Wing is finally here, another take on dual-screen phones.

LG Wing

LG announced the heavily anticipated phone, LG Wing. All the final specs are officially here and the most interesting thing about this phone is that it comes with a swiveling screen as expected. It looks like a normal phone but if you give a little push on the right side of top screen it reveals another small OLED display under it. After you swivel the top screen, it acts like a T-shaped phone which helps to use different screens for different tasks.

Previously this year, LG announced LG V60 ThinQ and LG Velvet which has an optional dual screen accessory. And last year they released also LG G8X ThinQ which also had an optional dual-screen accessory. The LG Wing is a part of their new Explorer Project. The main display is a 6.8-inch OLED under the main display is another 3.9-inch OLED screen. It houses a Snapdragon 765G which is capable of 5G connectivity. It comes with 8 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of internal storage (expandable with microSD card) and packs a 4000mAh battery. Rear camera setup consists of 3 cameras (64-MP main camera, 13-MP ultra-wide and another 12-MP ultra-wide camera with Hexa Motion sensors) and this Hexa Motion sensors allows camera to act like a gimble. The front camera is a 32-MP pop-up camera.

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This phone has some interesting features like you can control the gimble like camera with a joystick within the camera app. You can use both front and rear camera to take videos from both perspectives, like imagine taking your video reacting to some things. Some apps are work really well in dual screen like Asphalt 9-Legends game shows the map on the smaller screen while you play on the big screen. LG also showed many other uses of this phone during the event. The spring-loaded hinge mechanism can last up to 200,000 swivels. It comes in two different colors: Aurora Grey and Illusion Sky. The price is not official but rumors say it will cost around $1000 (US).

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