The LG Wing 5G is the next ambitious smartphone from LG. Debuting on Sept. 14, it is a dual-screen smartphone with a unique design. As it known, one can rotate the main display of the LG Wing 5G at a 90-degree angle in a T-like formation. It was at the end of the previous month that Android Authority had shared a video of the device to showcase its design in real. Now, popular tipster Evan Blass has shared a press render of the LG Wing 5G to reveal its rear design and color variants.
The press render shows that the main rotating display of the LG Wing 5G has thin bezels on its left and right edges. The upper and lower bezels are slightly thick but are symmetrical in appearance. It is speculated that the device has a 4-inch secondary screen. The second screen is expected to offer an aspect ratio of 1:1. A physical fingerprint sensor cannot be seen on the device. Probably, it could be incorporated in the main screen of the device. Also, unclear is the placement of the selfie camera on the smartphone.
The LG Wing 5G will come in two colorways such as a white-blue gradient and black. It has a protruding rectangle-shaped camera module on its back. It has three lenses and an LED flash. The camera design appears similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Even though the LG Wing 5G has two screens, it does not appear very thick.
A leaked video that had surfaced earlier this week revealed the presence of a USB-C port and a speaker grille on the bottom edge of the LG Wing 5G. Unfortunately, the rumor mill has not revealed any details on the specs of the LG Wing 5G. Unconfirmed rumors have claimed that it may not be a flagship device since it may feature a Snapdragon 7-series chipset. The device could be debuting with a price tag of $1,000.
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