LG Wing is that the newest futuristic smartphone that attempts to shake up the Indian market with its amusingly weird design. Because the name suggests, the Wing has two displays that swivel to form a ‘T’, or a wing. This mechanism where the two displays sit on each other looks promising for a tool that does not goes beyond its form factor. it isn’t extendable a bit like the foldable smartphones, nor does it bend to become compact like Moto Razr. What you’ve could also be a completely different concept on how two screens can work cohesively within the ocean of bar-type phones.
LG Wing Price
LG Wing costs Rs 69,990 in India and it will continue sale starting November 9 across leading online and offline retailers. It comes in Aurora Grey and Illusion Sky colorways.
LG Wing Specifications
LG Wing comes with two screens, one sitting on top of the other. there’s a huge 6.8-inch 1080p pOLED main screen (with Always-On Display and Gorilla Glass 5) and a 3.9-inch qOLED secondary display. These displays are often swiveled to form a wing-like mechanism that has different use cases.
LG has listed a variety of them that they appear interesting enough to buy for this weird-looking setup that the Wing brings along. As an example, once you open the camera app, the viewfinder is out there on the larger display and thus the secondary display will show gimbal functions. You hold the secondary display in your hand while the primary display sits on the very best. LG says it’s tested the swivel mechanism over 200,000 times to form sure the durability of the phone.
Powering the LG Wing is an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. This also means you’ve 5G connectivity. It’s an Adreno 620 GPU under the hood. The smartphone is IP54 splash-proof and features a water-repellent coating on top. This means you’ll go swimming with this phone. The phone has an aluminum frame all around, with a glass back protected by Gorilla Glass 5. The LG Wing is MIL-STD-810G certified, as well. There’s an under-display fingerprint sensor on the phone.
LG Wing costs Rs 69,990 in India and will go on sale next month
For photography, the LG Wing features a setup of three cameras on the rear, including a 64MP F1.8 primary sensor, a 13MP F1.9 ultrawide sensor with a 117-degree field of view, and a 12MP F2.2 ultra-wide sensor with a 120-degree field of view. This setup is simply like that on the LG Velvet. For selfies, you have a 32MP camera placed on a motorized pop-up slider. This ensures a full-screen display on the front. The LG Wing is backed by a 4000mAh battery with Quick Charge 4.0+ and wireless charging.