The LG Wing 5G has appeared in a newly-leaked image, giving us a clear look at the back of the phone for the first time. The image shared by Evan Blass confirms that the Wing will have a triple rear camera setup. Rumors say the main rear camera will be a 64MP snapper.
This leaked image also confirms that the LG Wing will include 5G support thanks to a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, rumored to be a Snapdragon 700-series chipset.
Finally, we're getting another clear look at the LG Wing's secondary display today. The image shows the Wing with its main screen swiveled up, showing the secondary display with some thicker bezels on its top and bottom. We've heard that the LG Wing's main screen will be a 6.8-inch panel while the secondary display will measure in at 4 inches.
The LG Wing looks sort of like an upgraded version of the VX9400 that LG launched years and years ago. It's a design that stands out among today's smartphone crowd and could offer some useful multitasking, letting you do things like watch videos or browse the web on the big main display while messaging or sending emails on the secondary display.