Company announced LG Today, Monday, officially announced its new smartphone (Wing 5G) Wing 5G It has the advantage of being dual-screen with the ability to rotate the main screen to form a letter T shape with the back screen.
The new phone comes within the framework of the LG Project Explorer, an initiative that aims to breathe “new life in smart phone design.” LG also revealed its partnership with a group of partners, including: Qualcomm, the Naver search engine, Tubi and Ficto, to take advantage of its new design.
Wing phone offers a 6.8-inch P-OLED main screen with curved edges and a resolution of 2460 x 1080 pixels. The phone also offers a 32-megapixel front camera with an f / 1.9 lens slot. The secondary screen is a G-OLED measuring 3.9 inches with a resolution of 1240 x 1080 pixels. Both displays support a 60Hz refresh rate.
The phone contains a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, and thanks to this processor, the phone supports 5G networks, and this processor comes with the Adreno 620 graphics processor from Qualcomm.
Wing 5G offers 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB or 256 GB of internal storage with the ability to expand up to 2 TB via external microSD memory cards.
The new LG phone has a 4,000 mAh battery with Quick Charge 4 Plus support. It supports fast charging technology.
As for the rear batteries, they are three main resolution cameras, including 64 megapixels with f / 1.8 lens slot, and the second resolution of 13 megapixels with f / 1.9 lens slot, which is intended for ultra-wide photography at an angle of 117 degrees. The third camera is 12 megapixels and is also dedicated to ultra-wide photography at an angle of 120 degrees with f / 2.2 lens slot, as well as the advantage that it comes with a motion stabilizer.
The phone – which weighs 260 grams and comes with a thickness of 10.9 mm – supports Wi-Fi 5 technology, Bluetooth 5.1, in addition to NFC technology. Programmatically, the phone runs Android 10 operating system from Google.
LG did not disclose the Wing 5G price, but did mention that it will initially be launched in the United States by Verizon, followed by AT&T and T-Mobile.