LG could be doing the job on a new smartphone with a one of a kind display screen layout. A new report claims a smartphone by LG Electronics with the code name ‘Wing’ is in development with a twin-display screen layout in a T-condition. The photograph revealed in the report displays a scaled-down secondary display screen behind the horizontal principal display screen offering the condition of the letter ‘T’. Additional, the report also shares some specifics about this alleged LG Wing (not the formal name) and states that the firm is scheduling on launching this cellular phone in the next half of this yr.
As for every a report by Korean publication ETnews, LG Electronics is mentioned to be doing the job on a new cellular phone termed the LG Wing. This cellular phone, as noticed in the impression, has a twin display screen layout with the major six.eight-inch display screen resting horizontally on best of a 4-inch secondary display screen. The report states that this layout enhances immersion and provides that when the photograph application is open on the principal display screen, modifying capabilities can be employed on the secondary display screen. It can also be employed to view video clip material and browse related data, which is a person of the illustrations of how this display screen layout can be employed. The report also provides that the scaled-down 4-inch display screen has a 1:1 component ratio.
From the impression, it looks like the principal six.eight-inch display screen will flip out to choose its horizontal place, revealing the scaled-down 4-inch display screen.
According to the report, the LG Wing will be run by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 sequence processor and have 5G aid, like the LG Velvet. There could be a few cameras on the again and the major is envisioned to be a sixty four-megapixel shooter. It is also mentioned that LG Electronics has entered the development section and aims to start the cellular phone in the next half of this yr.
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