With its newest addition to the smartphone line-up, LG has yet again redefined a smartphone’s transformative experience. With the capabilities of moving like a wing within a small turning radius;
The name itself is enough to make this phone what it actually is.
SWIVEL as they like to call it, this new smartphone will provide users a whole new window of multi-tasking and multi-viewing. Simply speaking, the users will get to see content both horizontally and vertically inculcating a whole new level of intuitiveness never reached by any smartphone ever.
With countless possibilities for a smartphone to morph itself, this bad boy comes equipped with a 6.8″ flawless POLED full-vision display.
With a meticulous approach to viewing possibilities, viewers get the pleasure of reliving the experience of watching movies with the cinematic 21:9 aspect ration.
Also, the form-factor of this phone is remarkable like all flagships from LG.
For gaming also, the secondary display, which is said to be the GOLED second screen( basically, a Glass- Organic Light Emitting Diode) is similar to POLED, but having a glass panel rather than plastic.
Unlike other flagship smartphones, the LG Wing refines multitasking in all the basic features of a smartphone.
Now, a small thing for the buyers to worry about will be the durability.
Strength of the smartphone in its daily usage. As a matter of fact, LG is proud to say that the Wing will have a durable hinge, water-repellent coating, and anti-dust technology to keep the phone in perfect shape.
The LG Wing will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765(5G) processor with 8GB RAM and 128/256 GB ROM expandable up to 1 TB. It will have a triple camera set-up with 64 MP wide-angle, 13 MP wide-angle, and a 12 MP ultra-wide(Gimbal Motion Camera) Lens. And a 32 MP Pop-Up front camera with 4000 mAh battery.
And as Flossy Carter would say, “What does that mean in English? “Mid-Range Specs bro, mid-range specs.”
It comes in 2 different colors, the Aurora Gray and Illusion Sky.
LG Wing takes phone apps to the next level, the gimbal mode is more than a video stabilizer.
With the second screen, the phone does look like you’re holding a gimbal, but that’s not all. Watch a video on the main screen using the screen below as your personal remote control.
Film from both sides using dual recording and scroll through your gallery with the carousel on one screen and the full size-photos on another.
Overall, this is a beast of a smartphone and the versatility is just the cherry on the cake. Though the price range for the phone has not been announced yet; it will be available in the US through Verizon, AT&T, and T-mobile.
Subjectively speaking, it has a variety of features and possibilities in just a 6.8″ device.
The price may go up to $1000 or more depending on the options chosen to buy.
For more information on the product, check out Lew’s review (from Unbox therapy):
Stay Tuned for more updates!