Saturday, August 20, 2022

LG Rollable demo surfaces showing some sleek features of the canceled project

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LG may have canceled the Rollable, but someone has captured a model unit. With an automated mechanism and an acquiescent AMOLED display, the LG Rollable could have been one of the most uncommon and thrilling smartphones, particularly with the onset of Android 12L.

LG Rollable canceled project: Sleek features

They have now extended the smartphone business, but videos of one of its end projects have circulated online. As far as the reports are concerned, they have planned to release the V70 ThinQ, Velvet 2 Pro, and Rollable, the second entry in its Explorer Project after the Wing. They debuted the Rollable in the month of January 2021 at CES, a few months before the organization decided to release no new smartphones completely.


So while the Rollable will no longer come to market, someone has gained a model unit. For some cause, the original video has been set to private on YouTube. However, someone has uploaded a short of the Rollable, embedded below. As the video shows, they created a shortcut to stimulate and mobilize the rolling mechanism, which seems to work evenly and rapidly.

No doubt, the device would have been well fitted for Android 12L, an OS that is still without a public release for devices like the Z Fold3 and Surface Duo 2. Based on the video, they have designed its UI to re-flow as the Rollable opens. On the other hand, it seems to be possible to set an extended layout and only view a section of the home screen when the Rollable is closed.

Also, the device’s flexible AMOLED display could be used as a viewfinder for taking photos, similar to Huawei’s wraparound foldable smartphones like the Mate Xs 2. It remains to be seen whether any OEM will release a rollable smartphone. Most presently, Samsung Display exhibited models, such as the Flex Slidable, but they seem no closer to release than the OPPO X 2021 did.

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