LG’s Wild-Look Wing smartphone has been launched in the US. Price and release date have been obtained – will be priced at Rs. This news confirms what many people already expected about the dual-screen device: it will not be cheap.
Just like launching a new version of a phone in general, it also offers a variety of trade-offers and discounts to help cut down on price cuts. Adding a line to the unlimited plan and trading in the device, the company offers a 500 discount for existing Verizon unlimited plan customers, or a Ver 250 Verizon gift card for new customers, the company The 750. Line porting.
But even with that discount, there’s no other way to cut it: you’ll pay a lot of money for LG’s twisting screen design innovation. The wing offers two displays with a 6.8-inch main display that slides out another 3.9-inch panel using the crisp mood method. It also has a Swapdragon 765G processor with Qualcomm’s Integrated X52 modem with 5G support, 8GB RAM, 256GB storage, 4,000mAh battery, in-display fingerprint sensor and support for wireless charging.
LG has also promised that the wing AT&T and T-Mobile will come out later this fall, but so far there is no news about the price or timing of those models. It’s not clear if the Verizon model – which it says supports its MMWave network – is a different version from the upcoming AT&T and T-Mobile variants (as has happened with other phones like the LG Velvet). If so, the Verizon model is likely to charge a premium for added network support, however, we’ll have to wait for other carriers to announce them to make sure.