LG Wing Confirmed as First Product to Be Launched Under Explorer Project

LG Wing will be launched at a virtual event on September 14.

LG Wing Confirmed as First Product to Be Launched Under Explorer Project

Photo Credit: YouTube/ LG Mobile Global

LG Wing features dual displays that spin out to form a “T” shape

  • LG Wing to be unveiled on September 14
  • LG Wing to be first product launched under the Explorer Project
  • LG Wing may feature triple rear cameras

LG Wing, the upcoming dual-display smartphone, has been confirmed to be the first product to be launched under the company's Explorer Project. The project aims to discover new ways to interact with mobile phones. Last week, LG reportedly narrowed down the name of the upcoming phone to be either LG Wing or LG Swing. Now, the South Korean tech giant confirmed that it is going ahead with the former. Given the phone's unique new form factor, the LG Wing has been subject to several rumours to date. It is set to be unveiled on September 14.

LG announced in an official release that the LG Wing will be the first phone to be launched under the company's new mobile category, the Explorer Project. The project looks at bringing in new smartphones that offer a distinctive and unexplored usability experience.

Although LG has not announced any further details on the upcoming smartphone, it is expected to reveal all key information at LG Wing's launch event on September 14 at 10am EDT (7:30pm IST). The virtual event will take place on LG Mobile's official YouTube channel and its Facebook page.

LG Wing specifications, features (expected)

LG Wing is a dual-display phone, where the secondary display swings out to form a “T” shape. Owing to its distinctive form factor, the phone has created a lot of buzz on the social media, with several rumours cropping up around it. Last month, a leaked video offered a first look into the T-shaped screens in action. The LG Wing can be seen mounted on a phone holder in a car. Seen in a vertical position, the primary screen showed navigation details. On the other hand, the secondary screen that is in a horizontal position behind the main display showed a music player running on it simultaneously. The video also showed that when an incoming call came, the main screen continued to display navigation information while the second screen allowed the user to answer the call.

Earlier this month, LG shared a 30-second video teasing the phone's rotating display design. The phone is expected to feature a 6.8-inch primary display and a 4-inch secondary display with 1:1 aspect ratio. LG wing may be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC and may feature triple rear cameras. It may carry a price tag of $1,000 (roughly Rs. 73,470).

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Shayak Majumder
Shayak Majumder is Chief Sub Editor at Gadgets 360. A journalist since 2013, he has worked both on the field as well as behind the desk in several organisations including Indian Express Online and MSN. As a reporter, he covered a wide range of verticals, from politics to the development sector. While at Indian Express, he regularly reviewed video games, gaming hardware and the growth of MMORPG in India. He is also a passionate musician and a former trainer, currently working on his upcoming EP. ...More
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