At the virtual press conference, we could already take a look at the unusual device, we know the patent blueprints, we just have to wait for the application. But we may not be half-footed by then.
Based on patent data, LG has been working on the pull-out device since 2019, which will most likely be called LG Rollable. By winding the display, you can work with a normal-sized smartphone, but pulling it apart doubles the display area. We’ve already seen a brief preview at the CES press release, and Let’s Go Digital doesn’t seem to have been wrong with renders based on patent plans.
Except for the front-facing camera punched in the display, but it’s really a matter of detail. It will probably be there, given that it can’t be very much elsewhere. THE Nikkei Asia Citing Ken Hong, he informs that the device will be unveiled later this year, but it turned out in a short way (I specifically asked) that the paper incompletely quoted a statement from LG’s communications director.
Ken Hong just explained that he really said that anyway, only the paper missed the point. Plans are subject to change, so LG officially did not confirm this year’s launch, although the manufacturer is working intensively on the project and is confident that the first model with a pull-out display will be on the market as soon as possible.
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