Although the lineup has been mixed up with the latest LG Velvet, the company's approach to the foldable trend doesn't seem to have changed. Instead of dividing a display into two parts, LG opted for a more conventional approach to the second screen, which, as the name suggests, is a physical secondary display that you attach to your phone via a case.
Still not taken into account, according to a recent Korean report, LG could refold the second screen, making it a rotating screen with a swivel design, as shown in the picture above.
Rumor has it that the device is the LG Wing (probably a code name at this time) and is expected in the second half of the year, ETNews reports.
This would work so that the 6.8-inch main display rotates (pivots) in a T-shape to show a second 4-inch display below it.
The report also states that the difference between the current second screen and the redesigned rotating screen is due to the user experience. While the first focused on productivity and multitasking, the second focuses on immersion. This would open up scenarios such as displaying images on the main screen and displaying editing options on the secondary display.
The report also states that LG Wing is already in the development phase and is starting a second half of the year. Remember, probably at the upcoming (only online) IFA 2020.