LG finally introduced its ‘winged’ mobile phone online. Here are the complete specifications and prices for the LG Wing.
LG Wings comes with two screens. There is a Basic Mode like a cellphone in general. Then Swivel Mode, just turn the front screen 90 degrees clockwise.
Users get a landscape mode screen and a second screen at the bottom which brings new functions. For example, when watching a movie, the main screen displays a video, while the bottom screen can be used for controlling, replying to messages, receiving phone calls. This keeps the enjoyment of watching movies uninterrupted.
The main screen itself uses a 6.8-inch FullVision P-OLED panel with a resolution of 2460 x 1080 and an aspect ratio of 20.5: 9. Meanwhile, the lower part of the G-OLED camera is 3.9 inches with a resolution of 1240 x 1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 1.15: 1.
Instead of being equipped with a first-class runway kitchen, LG only capitalized it with Snapdragon 765G with 8GB of RAM. There is a choice of 128 GB and 256 GB internal memory.
The battery is 4,000 mAh with Quick Charge 4.0+ technology. LG complements it with an on-screen fingerprint, IP54 dust and water proof certification and MIL-STD 810G military standard durability certification.
The camera is also reliable. The front carries a 32 MP pup-up camera. While on the back there are three cameras.
The composition is a 64 MP main camera, combined with an ultra wide 12 MP and a wide 13 MP. When in Swivel Mode, the rear and front cameras can be used simultaneously.
But what’s interesting is the gimbal mode function. This feature allows the lower part of the screen to be used as a grip, complete with joystick controls for adjusting the camera. In addition, there are features for Timelapse Control, Voice Bokeh, and ASMR Recording.
This phone weighs only 260 grams with a thickness of 10.9 mm, not much different from the Galaxy S20 Ultra. LG prepares two color choices: Aurora Gray and Illusion Sky.
LG Wing goes on sale next month in South Korea, then will be brought to a wider market. Unfortunately, the cellphone that supports 5G has not yet been announced.