LG is making a dual-screen smartphone, and it looks different than the ones we have seen

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Smartphone screens come in many forms nowadays. There are LED, OLED, QLED and more, not to say there are also those which can be folded and those which are really curved. However, they're not going to stop evolve even there are already many types of smartphone screens. LG might have been found making a smartphone that has two displays attached together and one of them can be swiveled sideways, and there's something that we've never seen before!

According to the Korean Herald, the smartphone made by LG is being codenamed 'Wing'. It is reported to have a main 6.8-inch display with a smaller 4-inch display under it in a 1:1 aspect ratio. The main display would be a non-touchable one while the second screen is where the users can interact with the device. It is also expected to support 5G, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7- series chipset, and feature a triple-camera setup with a 64MP main sensor.

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LG LB1500 (left) and LG 'Wing' (right).

It is not clear how this kind of display can benefit the users, as it sounds kinda 'extra' at the moment since the primary screen can only be used to display but not touchable. It is also said that the design took inspiration from LG smartphones LB1500 and LU1400 that were launched over a decade ago. That makes it look like they are remaking those old smartphones just like Motorola remade its Razr smartphone.

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