Check out LG's new rollable phone, set for release this year

Alonzo Simpson
January 13, 2021

The company first teased it was working on a smartphone with an expandable screen at the LG Wing launch event a year ago.

The company has not revealed any further details regarding the LG Rollable's release or unveiling date, no hints whatsoever, as it only says "More to Explore" and the name of the device.

LG showcased the rollable phone in two short videos - one at the beginning and one at the end of its CES 2021 presentation. The LG Rollable appeared briefly in the video, although the executives didn't disclose any information about the device. The swivel-style LG Wing was the labor of fruits of this project.

The clever display of the latest smartphone from the South Korean company indicated that it is a flagship device from LG, making it the star of its show once it is finally available or releases to the public. As per the report, LG is working with China's BOE Technology - one of the world's largest manufacturers of, LCD, OLEDs and flexible displays - for producing the LG Rollable's display. While we're intrigued by LG's latest concept, we have a lot of questions about how it works. When you're on the move and need to communicate fast and effectively, the device functions in the size of a phone. How does it effect battery life?

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"The portable 6.7-inch AMOLED Rollable Display re-defines the standard form of a smartphone". How much will the LG's rollable smartphone cost?

These questions and many others will hopefully be answered later this year when/if the LG Rollable makes it to market.

The LG Rollable is the new phone to come out of LG's "exploratory" lab that takes out-of-the-box ideas and tries to turn them into real products you might buy.

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