Over the years, LG has produced several interesting design concepts for its smartphones such as the Dual Screen case for G8X and V60 which provides a secondary display for these devices. However, the Korean giant reportedly is working on something even wilder.
Codenamed as Wing, the device still comes with two displays but instead of being positioned side-by-side, one of the displays is being placed behind another. Furthermore, it can be rotated horizontally which will then turn the LG Wing into a T-shaped device.
A video of the phone in action was leaked out recently but through a new teaser video that the company released earlier today, it seems like LG has officially acknowledged the existence of the LG Wing. Based on the accompanying press release, the device is apparently the first model to be released under a new line-up that is currently being called Explorer Project.
The company also stated that the Explorer Project revolves around new usability and innovative designs. LG has also roped in several partners to participate in the project including Rave, Ficto, Tubi, NAVER, and Qualcomm.
However, LG promises that more will be revealed through its live webcast on 14 September, so stay tuned.