Unfortunately, LG no longer produces cellphones. That was declared back in April of the previous year. However, LG was on the verge of releasing the first rollable smartphone in the history of the world before it really did. The gadget was obtained by a number of people, and we’ve already seen it before. You can watch a 10-minute video review of the LG rollable phone appeared on YouTube if you’re interested in knowing more.
A REVIEW OF THE LG ROLLABLE PHONE WAS POSTED ON YOUTUBE BY SOMEONE. Please take note that this review is written in Korean. You can get a wonderful look at the phone, its UI, and some functionality, but the vast majority of you probably won’t be able to comprehend a word the reviewer says.
Even a box was created by LG for the gadget that slides to the side just like a phone does. The letter “o” gets longer and longer as you open the box. To be completely honest, the company came up with a pretty great idea.
Advertisement Even the box is really cool. The phone itself pulls out along with its compartment once a portion of the box has been removed completely. Slideability is the main focus of this box. A charging wire, a charger, and some papers are located below the phone. Near the end of the video, you can see that the box also contains a case.
When folded, the phone itself actually has a really good appearance. Naturally, it has bezels above and below because LG had to locate the rolling mechanism. It’s not at all unattractive, but it does look extremely beautiful. Its display appears to have additional side curves.
Two cameras are positioned on the rear, and below them is what appears to be a fingerprint reader. We are now at the exciting phase. The reviewer just swiped three fingers to the side to broaden the screen.
Advertisement IT EXPANDS ITS DISPLAY FROM 6.8 TO 7.4 INCHES The display increases from 6.8 to 7.4 inches once he accomplishes it. By the way, this is a P-OLED panel. The best part is that when you turn it to landscape mode, you don’t really see a lot of black bars when watching YouTube videos or other video content. You do get a bigger canvas to work with. Of course, that will depend on the video’s aspect ratio.
Other features of this phone were also noted by the reviewer. The Snapdragon 888 SoC, 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage are stated. A 12-megapixel camera on the back supports a 64-megapixel main camera. The phone has a 4,500mAh battery and weighs 285 kilos, according to the information.
Now, all you have to do to reduce the size of the display is swipe three fingers in the opposite direction. Everything appears to be incredibly seamless and to function effectively.
Advertisement A QUITE STRONG SLIDING MECHANISM APPEARS TO BE IN PLACE. When the display is expanding, the mechanism is so powerful that it can even push a book out of the way.
It’s also intriguing to note that the phone’s back glass doubles as a display. When the phone gets smaller, the back portion can also work and provide you a fairly small canvas.
There is a lot to admire about this, and this smartphone is undeniably cool. It’s a big shame LG didn’t release it to the general public before deciding to stop making smartphones.