They showed off their latest, specially designed mobile at an online press conference at CES.
It has been heard for some time that LG wants to implement ultra-thin bendable panels in a mobile solution with a special solution, but unfortunately they slipped down to be the first to introduce a mobile that expands or contracts in a single touch, as Oppo introduced the own solution. However, there is still no such product on the market, and apparently LG’s lag is not too serious either, as they have already shown their own product, which is not yet fully finished.
The device is expected to come under the name LG Rollable, which is basically the size of an average smartphone, but can expand its display to tablet size in a second, thanks to its built-in mechanics and tiny engine. Two-way expansion has been seen in previous sketches, but instead the display is likely to unfold on only one side, which is to be glad that most hinged bends with a foldable display will not be noticeable here, as the relatively thick arc takes advantage of the full body thickness. thin panel.
The picture shows a roll-up OLED TV already available from LG [+]
Of course, like other bendable mobiles, it is expected to be very sensitive to external influences, and, among other things, a strong testing and verification process is still missing to make LG’s concept series-ready, however, the company has a lot of experience with similar technology. from its OLED TVs. It is not yet known when the final product will be launched, but it is certain that this mobile technology is already around our necks, as in addition to Oppo and LG, TCL is also trying this solution.
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