LG recently made a splash in the world of technology by launching the world’s first Rollable OLED TV in South Korea. In the same vein, LG is going to launch a rollable display smartphone next March. This is exactly what has been reported in The Elec.
One of the highlights of the year, LG Wing, launched in September, LG, known for its innovative experiments with phone design and its uniquely designed phones. This dual screen phone was the first product of LG’s Explorer Project. This rollable display with the surname “Project B” is expected to be launched as part of the Phone Explorer Project.
One of the features of this flexible roller display is that it can be rolled up. Again, the display can be extended up to a certain size as required. As a result, the reliance on the flat display panel used year after year is going to be a landmark change. The Chinese company TCL is also working on a similar prototype, and a video of it being shot at a production demo event has recently been leaked.
LG will launch another flagship device in the first quarter of 2021, according to a report by The Elec. The phone, codenamed “Rainbow”, will be launched before the rollable phone, codenamed “Project B”, and may come with the Snapdragon 875 chipset.