2020 has been a long hard year, but the technology world has marched forward with some cool new products this year. Let's take a look at some of the best products we've seen this year.
LG's Wing is the world's first 5G swivel phone, and it's certainly unique. A new take on the dual-screen idea, this device opens up into a T shape, and it comes with some interesting features.
Of all of the new form factors that we're seeing these days, LG's Wing might be the most unique. The main screen is on a swivel, opening up to offer a dual-screen experience in a T shape.
LG has finally announced the price of its swivelling display smartphone, the LG Wing, for the South Korean market ahead of its availability. Conversion to USD places it in the sub-$1,000 range.
LG has formally introduced the long-rumored Wing, a smartphone with two displays, one of which can swivel. It also features a gimbal motion camera, and it will be available starting next month.
LG Wing is all set to be launched on September 14, yet the information keeps pouring in. Another leaked video reveals the swiveling motion in action, and confirms the primary screen to be rotating.
LG has confirmed the name of the first smartphone that will be released under the upcoming Explorer Project. As rumored, it will be called LG Wing. The smartphone will come in a new form factor.
LG's new dual-screened phone will reportedly cost $1,000 when it launches in the U.S. later this fall. The device, dubbed Wing, sports a small, 4-inch swivel screen behind the main display.
X has announced that its Loon and Wing projects are being spun off into their own companies under Alphabet. X will now focus its attention and start new projects to begin working on.
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