LG Rollable is one of the most-awaited smartphones in the market. Its arrival is expected to be a game-changer that will remove foldable devices from the spotlight.
LG’s Rollable phone is one step closer to an official launch pic.twitter.com/HWWfeocfmU— A N I R U D H .S (@ani_rudh_s) March 19, 2021
According to XDA Developers' latest report, LG first revealed its new rollable smartphone during its 2020 LG Wing launch event. However, the tech giant manufacturer's teaser only revealed a brief glimpse of the upcoming gadget.
Android Central also reported that LG has considered removing the rollable smartphone from its upcoming devices. But, the tech giant company confirmed that the removal of the device is false as it firmly denied the rumors.
Furthermore, LG confirmed that it has no final decision yet regarding its new smartphone.
LG Rollable's release date
Rumors claimed that the new LG Rollable could debut in Q4. The new device also received a Bluetooth SIG Certification, which is very strong proof that the upcoming gadget will be released by the company.
LG Rollable Smartphone Model no. ( LM-R910N) Receives Bluetooth SIG Certification. pic.twitter.com/Ps7iQsOY0T— TECH BLOOGER (@TechBlooger) March 19, 2021
On the other hand, some speculations said that LG is also looking for a new buyer of its smartphone business after it had a short conversation with Vietnamese conglomerate Vingroup. If this is true, there's a high chance that LG would be under another manufacturer.
LG Rollable's other details
Although it received the Bluetooth SIG Certification, the official website didn't release other details such as its specs, design, and other features.
Bluetooth's official page released new declaration details. Under the Product List, there are five names included. One of these is the new LG Rollable smartphone, which has a model number LM-R910N.
If LG will indeed release its new device early, it could be the first manufacturer to launch a rollable smartphone.
There are also some rumors that came up saying that the new LG Rollable will have the current Snapdragon 800 or Snapdragon 700 chipset.
However, LG hasn't released any update yet regarding the mechanical functions of the upcoming rollable device.
How does a rollable smartphone work?
If you have no idea how this kind of smartphone works, Oppo explained how its rollable concept would function. The smartphone manufacturer explained that it is powered by two roll motors. The company also use cogs that mesh into the so-called Warp Track laminate, which is similar to timing belt.
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Written by: Giuliano de Leon