The LG WING puts a twist on the smartphone market, literally. The latest model to be incorporated into the South Korean catalog is committed to a totally different design, with a double rotating screen that maximizes the content we can consume and opens the door to new possibilities of use.
So far we have seen solutions to increase the screen size of the most varied smartphones, but LG WING stands out not only with a 6.8-inch OLED main screen in which there is no type of notch, notch or hole for the camera front, but also adds a second screen of 3.9 inches. Let’s review its main strengths.
Its screens, protagonists
The screens are undoubtedly the center of attention of the LG WING. The company had already tried dual displays before, but here the concept is different. At first glance, the LG WING is a smartphone with a huge 6.8-inch main screen, with FullHD + resolution and P-OLED technology, the brand of the house. However, with a small gesture, we slide that screen and it is placed at the top in horizontal format, revealing a fully functional second screen at the bottom.
This secondary screen is 3.9 inches and takes multitasking to another level. We can use independent applications on each screen, for example chat on one and watch a video on YouTube in full screen. Or have the player controls close at hand, but without disturbing the view. In games, this second screen can be used to show additional information, such as the game map, or even while recording video or taking photos we have all the controls there, at the same time that it offers us a more secure and stable grip.
Under-screen sensor and high-quality cameras
Neither of those two screens has notches, nor holes for the cameras. The front camera is invisible until the moment we need it.
When activating the camera app in selfie mode, the 32 megapixel front pop-up sensor with Bokeh function to achieve beautiful background blurs appears instantly. In addition, they have also integrated a system for the camera to hide if the phone detects a fall.
At the rear we have the main camera module with three integrated sensors. The main camera mounts a 64 megapixel sensor with f1.8 aperture, and is accompanied by two more super wide-angle sensors with 12 and 13 MP respectively.
A special highlight of the cameras is the ability of the LG WING to record video in 4K resolution with all the PRO controls and, above all, with scene-tracking modes via GIMBALL mode and even Voice Bokeh that eliminates background noise. and gives prominence to the voices on the scene.
Of course, to increase the security of our smartphone and protect the information and files that we store in it, LG has integrated the fingerprint sensor directly on the screen. Just place your finger on the bottom of the OLED panel and in an instant the biometric identification will unlock the mobile.
5G support and 5-year warranty
LG WING arrives fully prepared for the 5G networks that the different operators are beginning to deploy, so we can take full advantage of the higher speeds of the Network and, above all, the lower latency that this new generation of mobile networks brings us.
In addition, taking advantage of the launch, LG extends the warranty of the terminal to 5 years. The 2 years of legal guarantee are maintained and another 3 extra years of commercial guarantee are added. You can now find the LG WING and all its details on the official LG website.
Technical characteristics LG WING
- Diagonal: 6.8 inches.
- P-OLED technology.
- FullHD + resolution: 2460 x 1080 pixels.
- Aspect ratio: 20.5: 9
- Secondary display:
- Diagonal: 3.9 inches.
- Aspect ratio: 1.15: 1.
- Resolution: 1240 x 1080 pixels.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor.
- 8 GB of RAM.
- 128 GB of internal storage.
- Main sensor: 64 Mpx.
- 12MP ultra wide angle sensor.
- 13MP ultra wide angle sensor.
- Front: 32 Mpx motorized retractable camera.
- Capacity: 4000 mAh.
- Colors: Black and white. (Aurora Gray and Illusion Sky)
- Measurements: 169.5 x 74.5 x 10.9 mm.
- Weight: 260 grams.
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