LG is ready to shake up our perceptions of smartphone design with its upcoming Wing. We already know the swiveling phone is getting announced on September 14 and we’ve even seen it in action a few times on video.
Now, we get a new render from evleaks which details the phone’s back and gives us another glimpse of the swiveling display. We can see the phone will come in light blue and black colors and will boast triple rear cameras housed in a rectangular cutout with a 64MP primary shooter.
The main display is rumored to come in at 6.8-inches, while the smaller one is around 4-inches. The whole device seems surprisingly slim despite the rotating display mechanism.
As for the use cases of a swiveling phone we’ve seen its quite handy for driving as it can house navigation on the main screen and an entire other app on the second smaller display and both can work independent of each other. Another short demo showed us how gamers can benefit from having extra content on the smaller display.
The Wing is expected to retail in the $1,000 range and will be part of LG's Explorer Project series of devices which will focus on new distinctive designs and use cases.
Its very sad since they were the only ones to bring powerful amp to a jack and great camera controls and features. Now its gone to sony and some to huawei which is now dead end.
Why did you have to add in “by China?”