Lg Wing 5G

As we all are set to get official details on LG’s wacky new smartphone next week, but a fresh render of the LG Wing has leaked and suggests that this dual-screen device will have a swiveling mechanism, and the screen which flips around could be surprisingly thin.

Posted by leaker Evan Blass on Youtube, as you can see in the above video these renders shows “LG Wing 5G’s” design in detail with looks at both the front and the back of the phone. The video also gives us a good look at the Wing’s swiveling mechanism in action, which allows its one screen to rotate 90 degrees horizontally above another screen giving it a T-like shape.

Leaked details about LG Wing 5G

An image of LG’s Wing 5G shared by leaker Evan Blass on his Patreon shows off the device’s thin-looking side profile. This image also indicates that the Wing will have a triple-camera setup (which honestly looks to me a cheap copy of Note 20 Ultra’s array) and will come in two colors. And will support 5G networks obviously. We can also see the bezels on the Wing’s smaller display in the image with equally sized bezels both above and below of the secondary panel.

LG Wing renders
Pic Credit: Evan Blass

If you remember in August, Android Authority also posted a video of the device, though that video just showed the phone in a car cradle, and it was hard to know how thick the phone was. And later LG also hinted at the swiveling mechanism of the Wing in a video teaser for the phone’s launch event. We’ll get to see LG Wing with its full details on September 14. The device is rumored to debut for around $1,000.

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