As LG has recently unveiled its first Explorer Project device LG WING, we got to see that this smartphone looks like a conventional, modern smartphone, albeit a very stylish one. With the front of the phone swivels up 90-degrees to reveal another screen, LG has now revealed three different ways LG WING makes enjoying content better and expands the entire user experience.
With LG WING, the users need not see any pop-ups hindering their view again. Moreover, the all alerts can easily be shifted to the 3.9-inch Second Screen – keeping the spacious 6.8-inch FHD+ 20.5:9 aspect ratio Main Screen free for uninterrupted content enjoyment. Also LG informed that there’s no notch or punch hole owing to a 32MP Pop Up Camera that hidden from sight until it’s in use.
Secondly, the other screen can work as the Media Controller that helps your fingers from obscuring the Main Screen when adjusting volume or brightness. Furthermore, LG stated that the users must activate Grip Lock to ignore accidental screen taps if they just see the time and date on the Second Screen while watching a movie or show. LG WING’s Swivel Mode was designed so that only one hand is needed to comfortably grip the device when watching content in landscape on the Main Screen.
LG WING expands the user experience by delivering next-level multitasking with the ability to run two apps simultaneously, one on each display. By accessing YouTube via the Naver Whale browser – customized specifically for LG WING – you can enjoy videos on the Main Screen while browsing or leaving comments on the Second Screen. Watch a live sports match in stunning full screen while simultaneously arguing over each play with friends and family.
In LG WING, the navigation screen stays open on the Main Screen to enable you to answer the call on the Second Screen by keeping you on track to your appointment.
Thirdly, LG WING comes equipped with new content-creation tools for users who love to record all aspects of their lives with their smartphones. Moreover, the Gimbal Motion Camera utilizes six motion sensors in the phone to allow creators the ability to capture smoother, steadier videos and pictures that’s available in Swivel Mode. The smartphone provides much of the functionality of an actual gimbal without the bulk or expense.
According to LG, “One setting, First Person View (FPV) Mode, is ideal for action type shots when you want to capture what a scene looks like from your perspective. Another setting, Follow Mode, forces the LG WING camera to follow your movements smoothly, staying level and turning more deliberately when you move your hand to point to another object.”
As the first device from LG’s Explorer Project, LG WING smartphone represents a new step forward for the mobile viewing experience and a much overdue evolution of the smartphone user experience. And based on early reviews from tech pundits, it might be the best example of innovation, functional design and problem solving seen in the smartphone space in years.
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