LG will be launching its innovative phone with in-built two displays called the ‘LG Wing’ in this fall. The phone is set to be priced around 1000 US dollars which is being considered as an affordable price for a phone donning two displays. The LG Wing will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 756G Chipset.
With the price being around US$1,000, the phone is being really appreciated due to its sensible pricing especially when other devices like Microsoft’s Surface Duo are starting at US$1400. The main reason for the affordable pricing is believed to mid-range SOC by Qualcomm.
Recently, a video was shared by the Android Authority which gives us brief glimpses at the potential utility of the LG Wing’s dual-screen design though the working of the actual mechanism has not been shared.
The phone’s rumored specs include a 6.8-inch main display, while a smaller 4-inch display as a secondary one. The phone is expected to have a triple rear camera setup with a 64MP main shooter. The Wing has a main screen that rotates into landscape mode to reveal a smaller secondary panel under it and create that T shape.
Having a permanent secondary display is much more convenient and better than the traditional LG’s Dual Screen attachment which had to be carried around in your pocket or bag. Though having a secondary display is always useful in several ways like navigation, gaming, music playback, and much more.
Fortunately, we won’t have to wait much longer for the device as the South Korean tech giant can release the phone in the US as early as this fall, which is just another 3 months. Though the final date for the launch is yet to be announced.