Right now you can get this masterpiece of madness for 30 percent off at T-Mobile, either by buying it outright or by paying 24 installments of $29. That comes out to a sale price of $696, a pretty steep discount from the regular $999 asking price.
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The thing with LG phones is that they don't get updates that frequently. That's not great, but some people aren't terribly put off by that. You also need T-Mobile service, of course.
The specs are also mixed. You get a mid-range Snapdragon 765G CPU, but you also get 256GB of storage with the option to expand it, unlike Samsung's newest flagships.
These days, what separates a "flagship" from a mid-range phone is murkier than it ever has been. The LG Wing has a mid-range chipset, as mentioned, but it has a ton of storage, the same 64-megapixel camera as the high-end LG V60, and of course a wicked crazy dual-screen design.
So it really comes down to this question: Are you an Android maximalist? If yes, the LG Wing might be for you.