New LG Wing: LG's most ambitious mobile ever created

The LG Wing's twisting screen offers a new spin on the dual-screen  smartphone - The Verge

LG is one of the companies that historically surprised us the most in the mobile market. In previous years we have known very smooth bets on mobiles that arrived in Spain with designs that were looking for the maximum percentage of the screen, modular smartphones, double cameras with ultra-wide-angle sensors, or phones with two screens.

The South Korean company sometimes proves to be ahead of its time, while other experiments end up falling into oblivion. Be that as it may, LG demonstrates courage and engineering once again with a mobile that leaves us not at all indifferent, the LG Wing.

Technical details:

  • Screen:
  1. Diagonal: 6.8 inches.
  2. P-OLED technology.
  3. FullHD+ resolution: 2460 x 1080 pixels.
  4. Aspect Ratio: 20.5:9
  • Secondary screen:
  1. Diagonal: 3,9 pulgadas.
  2. Aspect Ratio: 1.15:1.
  3. Resolution: 1240 x 1080 pixels.
  • Performance:
  1. Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor.
  2. 8 GB RAM.
  3. 128 GB of internal storage.
  • Cameras:
  1. Main sensor: 64 Mpx.
  2. 12 Mpx ultra-wide-angle sensor.
  3. 13 Mpx ultra-wide-angle sensor.
  4. Front: 32 Mpx motorized retractable camera.
  • Battery:
  1. Capacity: 4000 mAh.
  2. Colors: Black and white.
  3. Measurements: 169.5 x 74.5 x 10.9 mm.
  4. Weight: 260 grams.



LG confirms Wing is the name of its new smartphone - The Verge

New LG Wing, LG's most ambitious mobile
If last year we saw LG bet on mobiles with two screens with models like the LG G8X, this year they have decided to take this concept much further in what seems like an intermediate point and much more sophisticated.

In previous LG models, the second screen was an away, and even if it was included in the sales package you had to carry a lump of considerable size. In this new generation, LG mobile has the solution included and integrated, which makes this mobile the second screen so that it can offer a day-to-day experience.

And what can this type of double screen be for? LG has shown a series of initial proposals of things that we can do with the LG Wing, being able to use the second screen for the phone application while in the main one we have the maps or have access to the multimedia controls while in the main panel we watch a series or movie.


Another function that is a pass is the use of dual applications, being able to include the application you want on each of the two screens, something that gives it a lot of potentials.

On a personal level, a use case that would be a pass for this LG Wing would be the possibility to use this small screen to include the buttons that mobile games usually have, but without them occupying the game screen. It also has great potential for photo and video camera apps.

In terms of performance, the LG Wing features the Snapdragon 765G processor, mid-range-high-end chip, accompanied by a standard memory configuration in the highest range and a triple rear camera configuration in a module that reminds us of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 in design.


The triple camera configuration is somewhat strange, as we find a 64 Mpx main camera and two ultra-wide-angle cameras, one 12 Mpx to use when rotating the mobile, and a 13 Mpx camera for basic mode. 

Another noteworthy aspect of the design of the terminal is its front screen. Beyond its particular mechanism, we find a front occupied almost entirely by the screen, tiny frames and, apparently symmetrical. The surprising thing is that there is no notch, nor any kind of clipping for the front camera.

Among its video functions, we find a recording mode called Gimball, which mimics the recording systems of stabilization mechanisms. Combining horizontal clamping with a system of 6 sensors, you can record videos with a high level of stabilization.

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