LG launched its first rotating dual-screen 5G phone, the LG Wing, in September, and it hasn’t been as popular since it went on sale. According tomedia reports, LG Wing has only 1,275 subscriptions in South Korea, and the phone sells for 1.09 million won (about 6,400 yuan) in South Korea. By comparison, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 has sold more than 80,000 units in South Korea, selling for 2.39 million won (about 14,000 yuan).
As a dual-screen phone, LG Wing’s biggest focus is that the home screen can be rotated 90 degrees, forming a “T” shape with the side screen. Two screens can run different applications for a PC-like multitask control experience.
The main screen size is 6.8 inches, the resolution is 2460×1080, the screen aspect ratio is 20.5:9, the sub-screen size is 3.9 inches, the resolution is 1240×1080, the screen aspect ratio is 1.15:1.
In the core configuration, LG Wing is equipped with SnapDragon 765G, with 64 million rear-mounted main cameras (support for OIS optical stabilization), 13 million ultra-wide angles, 12 million ultra-wide angles, and a battery capacity of 4000mAh to support NFC.