- The South Korean brand, LG is working towards making an odd-looking dual-screen smartphone that whirls horizontally.
- The so-called ’LG-Wing’ is anticipated to have a 6.8-inch screen that swivels up horizontally to reveal a square four-inch display below.
- It is expected to crash the markets in the second half of this year, most probably with a price tag that could be a little heavy on cash.
The South Korean brand, LG which apparently does not stand for ‘Life’s Good’ is working towards making an odd but sexy looking dual-screen smartphone that whirls horizontally.
Many brands in the markets have tried to break the stereotypical outline of smartphones. Back in the days, we had Blueberry Passport, Motorola Flip out, recently we have Motorola Razr, Samsung Galaxy Z flip. These are just a few mentions, there are unending phones with unique designs to make the phone and the company stand out in this vast arena of brands. Today, companies can make phones beyond your imagination.
LG is planning to try its luck in this genre yet again. Through sources like Korean Herald and ET News, there are rumors of LG’s new alternative for more screen display. The so-called ’LG-Wing’ is anticipated to have a 6.8-inch screen that swivels up horizontally to reveal a square four-inch display below.
There is no hardcore evidence to justify, it is still a theory and the team is planning to switch it into existence. The brand is familiar with this concept, for instance, LG G6 and LG V50 had similar backgrounds. Now, it appears like LG is conspiring to scrap the dual-screen attachment in turn of an exotic, more extreme design.
What makes the phone stand out?
We have seen LG conquering the industry since the phone had buttons to this day where we can hardly find one. The LG Wing features a second 4-inch display, secluded beneath the main 6.8-inch display. The second display is said to be used as the keyboard of any form and we could access it by swirling the prime display into a horizontal position.
Basically, it allows you to type without bothering the content on the main screen. Along with that, the second display could be used as an additional screen to show more related information on whatever you are working on the main display. Complex yet simple.
It is expected to crash the markets in the second half of this year, most probably with a price tag that could be little heavy on cash.
The company is all open to trying new experiments and giving people masterpieces. The dual-screen might be the future of smartphones or it’s just another absurd idea.