With the LG Wing launch being just around the corner, new reports regarding the upcoming dual display smartphones have started surfacing. While previous reports had hinted at the device possibly featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, TheElec has apparently confirmed this to be true.
For those unaware, the LG Wing is the latest device from the South Korean tech giant, which features a unique rotating display. Under the hood, the device will reportedly house the Snapdragon 765G, which is built on a 7nm process and is the first in the industry to have its 5G modem (Snapdragon X52) and RF system integrated into one chip solution. Usually, 5G processors generally have their 5G modems installed separately.
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Notably, the chip also supports both sub 6Ghz and mmWave spectrums alongside both 5G non-standalone and standalone networks. The chipset has a maximum download and upload speed of 2.76Gbps and 464.1Mbps. It also performs about 10 percent better than the base Snapdragon 765 chip in terms of graphical performance, beating even the HiSilicon 810Samsung Exynos 980 SoC.
LG Wing is expected to arrive with an OLED panel for its primary display and an LCD panel for its secondary screen. Its main display can swivel 90 degrees and reveal the second display underneath it. The wing shaped formation might be the reason behind its name. On the rear, we had reported on a triple gimbal motion camera module on the rear while the front is said to feature a popup selfie shooter. Although, we will have to wait for the 14th September 2020 launch conference to know for sure.
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