I've had several lg, the G3 was my favorite of all times, but i changed brand because they failed in to many black screens, chashing from nothing, even in the first uses in the day, even when cold and no usage.
Shame, all of them worked great, quality screen, they were fast, audio superb. That V10 was a great machine too. To many problems made me change brand because they were not reliable after the first year (except G3).
It's nice to see LG going back to its roots as an innovator and risk taker when it comes to thinking outside of the box. LGs are always underrated which makes them a good buy to those of us who appreciate their products.
WHAT, 28 Sep 2020No longer your favourite device?!?!?!It is not about that. On the first place I love the design, because it is not boring. I also love the idea of a gimbal camera, but if that one can not shoot 4K videos it is not a good idea, but maybe GSMArena is wrong here. I am trying to search the web to see if this is indeed the case.
Mobilemaster, 26 Sep 2020The gimbal camera does not have 4K video?? :O This is is not that OK then.No longer your favourite device?!?!?!
Lg had a great phone that flipped like this, in 2007. Called the LG-9400. It was a TV phone, if LG can keep the software working well after the first year, they could start to rebuild market share.
..this idea (swivel screen) makes more sense than the Razr 5G dual screen proposition...I love the Razr form factor but after watching some videos about LG Wing's swivel screen this make more sense to me rather than having a big foldable screen with a secundary smaller one....the exception is Samsung Z Fold 2 ...is the best proposition...
you can watch porn on full screen in that beautiful amoled display with vivid colours and deep'blacks',and scroll through the comments at the same time.
Is this phone was lauched by Apple or Samsung all the peoplo out there made a crazy run to the stores, intead of that and because LG made it the tribe of Apple and Samsung haters/paid columnists and reviewers gonna make their work....
If you think this is a pseudo innovative or another flip phone you are wrong....
This is what the consumers need, not the small and WAY EXPENSIVE small iterations of the same product of the big brands.... But consumers are just that.... sheeps on the field....
They fight with any different known concept because they have fear to be different.... the y just follow not lead.
I remember the same fact years ago when I got my Note 3, most of my friends (if not all) told me that phone was too big putting any kind of excuses to keep using their Iphones micro displays.....They loose 4 years (FOUR YEARS) of their life sticked with Apple or others brands waiting to get an equal screen size......just to say how amazing is to get a bigger display.... I mean I don't have anithing against Apple, they make a super polished product but they screw the consumers over and over.....as well as other brands....giving you a drop of thech in each iteration.....Microsoft and Samsung skyrocketed their foldable crap....totally useless
Do not loose your time, be good with yourself.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2020Yeah that guy just invented a new definition of "innovation" lolor perhaps he or she "innovated" the definition of "innovation"... but reading her replies, his definition of innovation depending on brands... really dont want to reply to people who are too much brand sensitive... fanboys and fangirls are fine, but if their reasoning is too bias, no amount of "educating" cures it...
I like the ability to multitask without splitting the screen, and having the keyboard popping up moving all the content around.
I don't like the swivel mechanism. If there was a better solution to extend the display that would have been good.
Gotta give LG some credit for making the dual display phone closer in size to a single display than other monstrocities out there.
Nice designed but the rest of the specs is ahmmm nahh!. As time goes by you realized it's not worth it.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2020I love how LG is yet again trying to reinvent the future of smartphones when they couldn'... moreYour post is contradicting. You say you will buy the Wing when LG puts out a successor. But you also accused them of doing nothing with their dual screen phones when they already released the 4th iteration called Lg Velvet.
I still don't get the point of this. It looks awkward, uncoordinated and just gives you 50% of the vertical display.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2020I love how LG is yet again trying to reinvent the future of smartphones when they couldn'... moreAgreed... They have the pedigree on hardware already. If they could just focus on the software and support, it will pay out eventually. Instead, they just shooting random high shots hoping to hit success.