Smartphone manufacturers have recently gone to great lengths to create innovative form factors that go beyond the single screen experience we've all become so used to. The latest is a swiveling smartphone called the LG Wing, which features a 6.8" OLED display that rotates into landscape mode to reveal a 3.9" Second Screen. This would allow users to view content uninterrupted while simultaneously using the other display for media controls, answer a text, or use another app. When it comes to specs, the phone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor with 5G connectivity, 8GB of RAM, 128/256GB of storage, microSD expansion up to 1TB, a 64MP camera with a 13MP Ultra Wide and a 12MP Ultra Wide Big Pixel, a 32MP front camera, and a 32MP front camera. It also features a Gimbal Motion Camera that lets you grip the second screen, enabling smoother video capture while also giving you access to controls like a joystick and various shooting modes.
The LG Wing will first be available in South Korea in October with North America and Europe to follow after.