LG Dual Screen Phone With Rotating Form Factor Arriving On Sep 14

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The invitation video of the LG shows a dual screen phone that looks the same as the LG Wing with a rotating front screen that swivels horizontally the main display making it open in a "T" shape. It is to be expected that the price of the phone will be nearly $1,000.

After launching LG Velvet, now it seems that LG Electronics is going to reveal details about what is being dubbed as a dual-screen LG Wing smartphone on September 14 on LG Mobile's official YouTube channel and Facebook page. The company will divide its smartphone products into two groups - Universal Line and Explorer Project Line - to provide both universal and premium products to increase consumer choices. LG has stated that the Explorer Project will focus more on finding new usabilities and innovative designs for smartphone. Moreover, there is no image loss during this process.

In a statement, LG said it started the Explorer Project "in response to the diverse usage needs of today's smartphone customers and to deliver much-needed curiosity and excitement to the mobile sector'".

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While LG didn't name the new "Wing" device, the tech company did share a teaser video showing the device's displays in action. What the phone has to offer will come to light with the event to be held. Because the company has made very important collaborations in order to realize this project.

LG says for the Explorer Project, it is working with a number of partners including streaming service, Tubi; Qualcomm; Rave; Ficto, and NAVER who it has partnered with previously for its Whale Browser which is designed for its LG Dual Screen.

Meanwhile, some claims have been made about LG Wing in the past. Likely to measure around 4 inches in diagonal, this secondary panel should vastly improve the multitasking experience of a traditional Android smartphone, staying attached to the main screen at all times.

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