LG, like Samsung and many others, is determined to bend our screens all over the place. Poor people ! After presenting the panel capable of alternating between a curved or straight position, it is the turn of an expandable smartphone screen concept to be talked about. And what could be better than the virtual Las Vegas show to attract some spotlight on it?
As you can see below, the slab rolls up or unrolls depending on the size of the display you want to have in front of you, a bit like a blind.
LG has demonstrated its expertise in the past, and the LG Rollable has often been shown at various trade shows, but not always in the above form.
It is part of the Explorer Project concept and experimentation program that LG set up several years ago to develop all the display concepts of tomorrow. It is also within the framework of this initiative that the Wing smartphone was designed and ended up being born. Proof that even if the roll-up screen is not for now, it could happen one day in the palm of our hands.
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LG is not, however, the first smartphone maker to demonstrate a screen that gets bigger or smaller on demand. Oppo did the same a few weeks ago with the X 2021 and it looks like TCL has had something of the same barrel in its boxes for over a year.
Source : The Verge
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