• LG's new Wing smartphone has been a favorite topic among recent leaks
  • A new leak shows the device swiveling from one form factor to another
  • LG is set to unveil the LG Wing next week

A new video showing LG's Wing smartphone has appeared on the internet, giving people a better look at the device and revealing its shape and physical size. The leak comes after the South Korean giant decided to confirm its existence and release a teaser video showing its unique dual-display setup.

The leaked video, seen via YouTube, is only eight seconds long, but it is able to reveal a few interesting things about the Wing smartphone.

The video starts off with the LG Wing in its “T” form – with the primary display swiveled up to reveal the secondary display. The person holding the device then tries to swivel the primary display back to return the device to its regular smartphone form.

Once the LG Wing is back to its regular form, the person turns it to its bottom and sides, showing the device's other features.

Viewers will immediately notice the following details simply by watching the video:

  • First, Android is shown taking full advantage of the LG Wing's unique form factor. The primary display initially showed details in landscape orientation. The secondary display, on the other hand, remained in portrait orientation. The primary screen quickly shifted to portrait mode once it was swiveled back.

  • Second, the device seems thick, but it's not very bulky. The device thickness might've been due to the components used to allow the primary display to swivel. That said, the front portion housing the primary display looks thin.

  • Third, the LG Wing's display looks long and slender despite being previously reported as measuring 6.8 inches wide. It's too early to say if the device will have 21:9 aspect ratio.

  • Fourth, there appears to be at least two openings at the bottom of the device, likely for the charging port and speakers. There's no 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom. (It could be at the top, hopefully).

  • Fifth, there are some details at the back of the phone, particularly at the top-left and center. These things are currently unknown at the moment, but it's safe to assume that one of them will be for the rear camera setup, believed to be comprised of three sensors.

LG is scheduled to unveil the LG Wing during an event on Sept. 14. Fans are advised to stay tuned for more details as they come.

LG's logo for its new Wing device. LG