New LG Wing leaked video shows its swiveling display being rotated

LG Wing: The Phone With A Rotating Screen

LG Wing: The Phone With A Rotating Screen

LG Wing, the upcoming dual-display smartphone, has been confirmed to be the first product to be launched under the company's Explorer Project.

On the plus side, the phone doesn't look like it's horribly thick in this video, so there's that. It is a clear commitment to its screen cover system and use of the double screen in mobile phones. And perhaps the folks over at LG were having similar thoughts when designing the upcoming LG Wing. The rumor sites, the LG Wings will be announced officially on 14th September. We say this as LG was once the frontrunners in terms of flexible displays for smartphones, but has since been beating to market by the likes of Samsung and Huawei. This video below, although only a few seconds long, gives a good sense of the look and feel of the device. From the video, we can see that the man closes the top display by snapping it. LG's most daring and newest smartphone will offer a new form factor and capabilities that would not have been possible with conventional smartphones, "LG said in a statement". The highlighting feature of LG Velvet is that it has a dual-screen without having a folding display or dual screens. Though the phone is rumoured to have a 6.8-inch primary screen, and a 4-inch secondary screen.

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This new phone will have a brand new form factor and the mobile experience would be out of the world, ensuring that the users have never seen anything like this before in usual and regular smartphones.

Thanks to some leaked video clips uploaded to YouTube by Android Authority, more details emerged about the tentatively named "LG Wing", a soon-to-be-launched 5G smartphone from South Korea's LG Electronics.

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