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Google Pixel 5 and LG Wing will get faster speeds on Verizon with an update

If you’re a Verizon subscriber and you own a Pixel 5 or LG Wing, your day is about to get better. That’s because these devices are allegedly set to receive an update that will allow them to access C-band frequencies by the end of 2021 and early 2022. According to recently uncovered FCC docs, via PC...

XDA Awards – The Best Tech of 2020

Despite all the notable events this year, 2020 has been incredible for consumer tech, and more specifically, smartphones. A lot of companies went all out with their devices, flooding the market with great options catering to a wide variety of needs and wants. We at XDA have used a lot of these gadgets throughout the...

LG Wing update brings much-needed improvements to the Second Screen experience

The release of the LG Wing has been nothing short of a spectacle for LG. LG's smartphone business needed some changes, and we're seeing that in the complete revamp of their lineup throughout 2020 with phones like the LG Velvet. But it's not enough to just make decent phones — they need to innovate if...

LG Wing and Samsung Galaxy S20 FE kernel sources are now available

The foundation of Android is built on top of the Linux kernel, thus OEMs are obliged to provide the source code (upon request) for any Linux kernel binaries that ship on their Android-powered devices. Apart from the compliance with the GNU General Public License v2, kernel source releases also help developers cook up custom ROMs...

Here’s when the LG Wing lands on AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S.

After debuting on Verizon in September this year, the LG Wing is finally making its way to AT&T and T-Mobile users in the US. The innovative device, which features a swiveling display and a gimbal camera, will be available for T-Mobile and AT&T customers starting November 6th. LG Wing: Specifications Specification LG Wing 5G Dimensions & Weight 169.5 x...

LG Wing lands in India with the LG Velvet 4G in tow

After officially unveiling the LG Wing last month, LG has now launched the quirky smartphone in the Indian market. Powered by Qualcomm's mid-range Snapdragon 765G chip, the LG Wing features an innovative design with a swiveling main display and a small secondary display hidden underneath. Along with the LG Wing, the South Korean OEM has...

The LG Wing debuts this week in the U.S. for $999 on Verizon

The LG Wing is one of the market’s more unique smartphones, featuring a swivel display and a gimbal camera. If you’re curious to check the device out, you’ll be able pick it up through Verizon with preorders beginning October 1. Verizon will be the first carrier in the U.S. to offer the LG Wing, the carrier...

LG Wing Hands-on Preview: Who said phones are boring?

It didn't seem that long ago that tech writers were lamenting that phones had gotten boring—"everything is a glass sandwich slab," we said. Turns out, we spoke too soon. LG's latest smartphone, a quirky swivel phone named the LG Wing, is the third device this month—following shortly after the Microsoft Surface Duo and the Samsung...

LG unveils its quirky Wing smartphone with a “Swivel” display and Gimbal camera

Conventional smartphones have just become boring glass-metal sandwiches, and there often isn't much around to truly differentiate one smartphone from another. So when a smartphone comes around that pushes our boundaries of expectations, we're bound to get excited. LG is no stranger to this, with devices like the V10 coming in with dual-front screens, and...

Forums are open for the Xiaomi POCO X3, Sony Xperia 5 II, LG Wing, and Motorola Razr 5G

We recently opened forums for the Realme 7 series and ZTE Axon 20 5G. As we brace for the next wave of smartphones to hit the market, we are following up with the launch of XDA forums for four new and upcoming smartphones: the Xiaomi POCO X3 NFC, the Sony Xperia 5 II, the LG...

[Update 3: Leaked Render] LG may show off its dual screen “Wing” smartphone on September 14th

In a blogpost today, LG has revealed details about kicking off its new Explorer Project along with a video teaser of what's believed to be its crazy LG Wing smartphone. LG describes the new Explorer Project as "both an initiative and a category and will include devices that deliver distinctive and yet unexplored usability experiences."...

Source: The LG Wing will cost around $1,000 when it launches in the U.S. this fall

Do a Google search for "smartphones are boring" and you'll find a handful of articles lamenting the state of smartphone design. 2020 has upended our expectations of what's normal, though, with smartphone makers taking advantage of advancements in display tech to experiment with new form factors and designs. The industry seems to be trending toward...