New Delhi/Seoul: LG Electronics (LG) LG has formally confirmed that its upcoming new dual-screen smartphone with a rotating type issue shall be named ‘Wing’. The telephone is scheduled for unveiling on September 14.
“LG Electronics (LG) confirms LG WING will be the first product to be launched under the Explorer Project, LG’s new mobile category aimed at discovering new ways to interact with mobile devices, focusing on the evolving and ever-changing needs of today’s consumers and challenging established user norms. LG’s boldest, newest smartphone will deliver a new and different form factor and mobile experience that would be impossible to create with conventional smartphones,” the corporate stated in an announcement.
LG final week kicked off its Explorer Project with a 30-second invitation video hinting on the first smartphone underneath this new lineup.
The firm has launched a 23-second video displaying that the handset’s foremost show may rotate clockwise to disclose a secondary display underneath it and create a T-shape design.
“Explorer Project is both an initiative and a category and will include devices that deliver distinctive and yet unexplored usability experiences, a strategy that tackles uncharted territory in the industry. Details of the Explorer Project will be officially announced September 14 at 10:00 (EDT) on LG Mobile’s official YouTube channel and Facebook page,” the corporate stated in an announcement.
Explorer Project additionally marks a brand new path within the alignment technique of LG’s smartphones. The Explorer Project will focus solely on new usability that’s found with modern designs whereas LG’s new Universal Line would be the firm’s lineup of aggressive gadgets that target client existence, corresponding to LG VELVET, the corporate stated.
As per the leaked on-line media stories, LG’s new cell phone might characteristic a 6.8-inch show for the primary display and a secondary display of about 4 inches. The telephone is predicted to deal with a triple digicam setup, with a 64-megapixel foremost sensor.