LG Wing 5G is an innovation in the Android realm coming with a bold and unique design. For most segments, it is a very decent trade-off offering with few good camera abilities. It’s inexpensive as compared with other leading handsets. The LG wing 5G is the fantastic effort of giving some latest and significantly more reasonable than its folding comrades. A bold omission is a handset with a front display that rotates parallel and rising to expose a mini screen below. It provides more display assets in a handset that you can easily use with one hand.
LG Wing 5G Specifications
Further down, we have provided all the essential info that we have got about this LG Wing.
|Specification||LG Wing 5G|
|Design||Dimensions: 169.5 x 74.5 x 10.9 mm
front and Back glass and Aluminum frames
|Display||6.8 inches main, 3.9 inches second display
1080 x 2460 pixels
rotating main screen to reveal mini display
|Camera||64MP main, 13MP Ultra-wide, another 12MP Ultra-wide
32MP selfie pop-up camera
4K video recording
|Battery||Li-Po 4000 mAh, non-removable
wireless charging of 13W
Specs and Performance
- 765G Snapdragon chipset
- 8GB RAM and 256GB storage
- Expandable via microSD up to 2TB
The LG Wing 5G comes with a Snapdragon 765G chipset, which allows 5G accessibility. It stores a reputable but not top-end 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It can be expanded more up to 2TB via microSD. While using this handset, we found it able to run the problematic multi-display specs with just very sporadic slight delays. It is most apparent when swapping apps. Considerably, the multi-display experience is suave. While the change-overs when revolving, the primary display open and shut are pretty seamless. Otherwise, the phone runs well while using the internet or swapping apps.
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LG Wing 5G Cost and Availability
- Declared on 14 Sep 2020
- Released on 15 Oct 2020 in the US
- Prices at $999 (about AU$1,400, £777)
Design and Display of LG Wing 5G
- Edge to edge display
- Rectangular build
- In-display fingerprint
- USB-C port
- 8 inches main, 3.9 inches mini secondary display
- Both screens are OLED
Picture credit: FutureAt first glance, the LG Wing 5G seems quite much like any usual handset available there. Its design consist of an edge-to-edge screen, rectangular build, adjacent buttons, in-display fingerprint scanner, USB-C port at the end. It’s a hefty handset, denser than the LG Velvet by comparing flank-by-flank. Though or else unremarkable. Through the shift to spin mode, the 6.8-inches OLED primary display spins out sideward. Plus, it moves up straight at the top of the handset, revealing the mini 3.9-inches OLED display below.
This tiny display operates just like a whole-size one: you can easily use apps here (however, on a somewhat more restricted edge). You can use it for secondary panels as in the shooting app or pledge the whole room to a keyboard. In contrast, 3.9 inches for the mini-display looks tiny by current concepts. It’s just a bit smaller in the arena than the 4-inches display in the novel iPhone SE or iPhone 5. It’s impeccably fit for typing and regular browsing.
In another place, the handset has a couple of volume rockers on the right edge and a power button under it. These aren’t too difficult to distinguish when the handset shut. However, when the screen is rotated open, all three are sit behind the screen and obstinate to press. The micro SD card and SIM slots are present on the left side. On the bottom, here is a USB-C port, with the handset’s solo speaker to the right. On the top, here is a microphone and a drop-down selfie camera. Finally, it’s not astonishing that LG Wing doesn’t offer IP water and dust repellent rating with all stirring segments. And gloomily, it also lacks a 3.5mm earphone jack.
LG Wing Cameras
- Three Rear cameras: One main, Two Ultra-wide
- 64MP primary, 13MP, and 12MP Ultra-wide lens on Rear
- 32MP pop-up front snapper
The camera format comprises other stimulating uses for the rotate setup. It keeps three back cameras: one main snapper and two ultra-wide lenses. The primary 64MP and 13MP ultra-wide snappers are efficient for making videos and taking good shots. Another 12MP ultra-wide snapper is exactly efficient for a video recording that utilises the revolve functionality. When you’ve flicked up the primary display, you can also use Gimbal Mode to pretend to shoot with a gimbal handset.
The latest ‘Hexa wave sensor’ adjusts the shots and permits digital calculation of succeeding a subject and roasting the screen. We haven’t caught to check this out excessively, but we’re happy to have a few varieties with handset photography. The above-mentioned front-facing snapper is 32MP and drop-down from the top of the handset. You can also work with Dual Recording mode to slide backwards and forward among rear and selfie cameras while recording. Though, with these latest specs and 4K video mode, on top of ‘ASMR recording’ and ‘voice Bokeh’, LG looks to be targeting travelling streamers.
Battery Life of LG Wing 5G
- 4000mAh battery
- Drains more battery due to rotating display specs
The LG Wing 5G introduced with a 4,000mAh power battery. That is is about average for the leading handset. The handset does look to eat more power with a primary display that rotated open and makes a tiny secondary screen active. But the overall battery is okay for the phone but does not compete with other top-ends.