LG WingSource: Joe Maring / Android Central

What you need to know

  • The LG Wing goes on sale at AT&T today from $1, 049 at full retail price.
  • Installment plans from $11.67 if you trade-in or $35 otherwise are also available.
  • The Wing is already available at Verizon and T-Mobile.

LG announced the Wing would be going on sale in AT&T later in the fall, and it's now available today, November 6th. AT&T will join Verizon and T-Mobile, both of whom already sell the 5G-capable Wing for $999 if you're purchasing it outright. AT&T will sell it in Aurora Gray for $,1049 outright. Otherwise, buyers can pay from $35 a month on an installment plan, or from $11.67 if they have a phone to trade-in.

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Reviewing the LG Wing, Alex Dobie found it to be a "fun science experiment" with mixed utility:

The LG Wing is fun to play with, but the reality is that this quirky science experiment mostly fails to make the transition to a compelling consumer product. For $1000, the Wing is missing table-stakes features like a faster refresh rate and a telephoto zoom camera, to say nothing of the mediocre performance in general. Meanwhile, LG's software, while inoffensive enough, struggles to keep up with the multitasking demands of a dual-screen handset, and the company's poor upgrade track record casts doubts on when users will be able to expect an update to Android 11.

The Wing is a weird phone with its big, flippy screen, and it's also a really expensive one. There's an audience for a more refined version of this phone, it's just not clear whether that audience should invest in this version of the Wing before the more refined model appears.

LG Wing

LG Wing

A handset that's bound to standout wherever you use it.If you're fine with LG's software support and a 60Hz refresh rate, you won't see much issue with this.

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