LG officially released its LG Wing 5G, a twin-screen swivel phone that runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chip, offers 8+128/256GB storage, it is 10.9mm thick, weighs 260g, and comes in both aurora grey and sky colors.
LG did not disclose the price of the device, saying only that it would be sold exclusively by Verizon at the beginning, depending on the carrier. But other site Engadget said the phone costs about $1,000, or about 6,809 yuan.
We learned that LG Wing uses a combination of two screens, the main screen is a 6.8-inch 2460 x 1080 OLED screen, the secondary screen is a 3.9-inch 1240 x 1080 OLED screen, the rear 64MP(F /1.8) main camera + 13MP (F /1.9 117° FOV) ultra wide-angle lens + 12MP (F /2.2 120°) ultra wide-angle lens, the front 32MP lens, and a built-in 4000 mah battery, IP54 support waterproof and dustproof, screen fingerprint identification, etc.
Users can use two separate apps on the home screen and the side screen to perform multiple tasks, or they can use the extended mode of one App.
For example, users can watch movies on one screen and chat on the other; or play the game screen on the home screen, with the second screen as the game controller control; Or two screens showing different text or writing while reading. In addition, the phone also supports dual recording mode, front and rear cameras work simultaneously.