Rather than a QHD+ resolution, it has 1242 x 2688 pixels spread over the previous 6.5-inch panel, giving a pixel density of 458 PPI. That puts it among some of the sharpest screens out there, putting it somewhere between the full HD+ panel of the OnePlus 7 and the Quad HD+ panel of Note 9. Powering the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max is a new A12 Bionic chip. The 64-bit system-on-a-chip (SoC) has six-cores, with two “performance cores” capable of up to 15 percent faster CPU power and the other four “high efficiency cores” using up to 50 percent less power than on the A11 Bionic. There are three cameras on the iPhone XS Max. Two sit on the rear of the device and there's one on the front. Each of these features noticeable upgrades over previous iPhone cameras. The dual rear cameras remain at 12 megapixels, and they're still f/1.8 for the wide-angle and f/2.4 for the telephoto.
LG Wing: Innovative dual-screen swivel smartphone with versatile functionality, solid performance, and unique design.