LG Wing Will be Officially Presented On September 14

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LG has confirmed the name of that very unusual smartphone with a rotating screen, which we have written about many times over the past few months. The device will be called the LG Wing, and its presentation will take place exactly one week later – on September 14th.

From previous leaks, we know that LG Wing is made in a very unusual form factor with a rotating screen, which gives access to an additional touch screen with a smaller diagonal. When opened, the smartphone acquires a T-shape – a similar form factor was popular many years ago in the days of slider phones with sliding QWERTY keyboards.

LG confirmed this unusual dual-touch slider design in a small promotional video last week. According to previous reports, the diagonal of the main upper screen will be 6.8 inches, while the lower screen, which is 4 inches, will be square with an aspect ratio of 1: 1. In addition to the two overlapping screens, the LG Wing should receive a Snapdragon 765 or 765G SoC and the main camera with a 64MP main module.

Short videos published by Android Authority (above and below ) have already sold the fuse concerning the astonishing use of the dual-screen with the Wing smartphone.

The LG Wing will be the first smartphone in the Explorer Project, a new category of mobile devices that, according to the manufacturer, aims to “open up new ways to interact with mobile devices and change established consumer models.

” According to LG, Wing “will bring new and different form factors and capabilities to mobile devices that cannot be created with conventional smartphones.” Previous rumors indicated that the LG Wing would be priced around $1000. LG’s online event dedicated to the announcement of Wing kicks off on September 14.

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