LG WING Review Rundown
LG Wing has two screens, with the large 6.8-inch P-OLED main screen swiveling to a 180-degree landscape orientation to reveal a smaller, 3.9-inch second screen underneath. Like LG's Dual Screen cases, the current state of the Wing's app support can't quite convince me to use the swivel screen more often.
This rundown provides our analysis on 8 third-party reviews. The sentiment scores, summaries, and key takeaways that we select are based on these reviews and may differ from the original publication.
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Reviewers from Digitaltrends have found the following[***]:
The LG Wing has two screens, with the large 6.8-inch P-OLED main screen swiveling to a 180-degree landscape orientation. The phone takes on a T-shape at this point, and the result is a phone that you hold naturally with one hand, yet can still watch video in landscape orientation at the same time. Like LG's Dual Screen cases, the current state of the Wing's app support can't quite convince me to use the swivel screen more often.
Reviewers from Laptopmag have found the following[***]:
The LG Wing costs $999. The main, 6.8-inch, 2460 x 1080-pixel screen can be swiveled up into a wing state or swung back to simulate a single-screen device. The LG Wing packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC, which isn't a flagship-tier processor.
Reviewers from Nextpit have found the following[***]:
The new LG Wing launched in South Korea this month, soon to be followed by releases in North America and Europe. The defining feature of the LG Wing is its 6.8-inch 20.5:9 FHD+ P-OLED display that swivels between portrait and landscape mode. You can capture two videos at once with both the front and rear cameras in Swivel Mode. LG is calling its suite of camera and editing tools the LG Creator's Kit.
Reviewers from Notebookcheck have found the following[***]:
The LG Wing allows you to produce a secondary 3.9-inch G-OLED display below the 6.8-inch main screen. There is neither a notch nor a punch hole marring the view of the display, but instead a pop-up selfie cam slides up automatically on top of the case. Google's Android version 10 is preinstalled on the LG Wing and expanded by the manufacturer's own user interface.
Reviewers from Pcmag have found the following[***]:
The LG Wing uses a Qualcomm X52 modem, which we've previously seen run into trouble with AT&T's network. With the main screen in portrait orientation and the smaller screen hidden, the Wing streamed video over Wi-Fi for 9 hours, 15 minutes. The Wing's ambitious form factor looks destined to fall to the ecosystem pitfall.
Reviewers from Techradar have found the following[***]:
The LG Wing 5G is a phone with a front screen that swivels horizontally and upward to reveal a smaller display underneath. It's the sort of mechanism we saw on some of the many experimental phone designs that came out in the 2000s. When closed, the phone looks and operates just like any handset, and although it's a little thicker and heavier than most others, it's still closer in size to a regular phone than a chunky foldable like Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Reviewers from Tomsguide have found the following[***]:
The LG Wing is a dual-screen phone, but you wouldn't know it by looking at it straight away. LG says the Wing is built to withstand 200,000 swivels, which the company estimates should last you five years. While I've encountered some circumstances where the Wing isn't sure how to orient apps, for the most part, my impressions of the Wing's user experience are positive.
Reviewers from Trustedreviews have found the following[***]:
LG Wing has a unique swing-out display that rotates to reveal a secondary screen. At 260g, the LG Wing is chunky enough to barge its way past the Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium and the Black Shark 3 Pro as the heaviest Android phones I've ever used. Despite essentially gaining an extra 4-inches of screen space, a good chunk of your home screen content essentially gets sucked into oblivion.
- 1. ^ LG Wing review: This novelty can’t quite get off the ground. Digitaltrends. 06 October 2020. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 2. ^ LG Wing review: a flippin’ fun phone. Laptopmag. 06 November 2020. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 3. ^ LG Wing review: weird, fun, and surprisingly usable. Nextpit. 07 October 2020. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 4. ^ LG Wing Smartphone Review - An ingenious dual-screen concept?. Notebookcheck. 03 January 2021. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 5. ^ LG Wing 5G Review. Pcmag. 02 December 2020. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 6. ^ LG Wing 5G review. Techradar. 01 November 2020. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 7. ^ LG Wing review. Tomsguide. 01 February 2021. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 8. ^ LG Wing Review. Trustedreviews. 11 December 2020. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
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