LG`s Flexible smartphone ‘project B’ finally gets its name and launch date.
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Vision behind LG`s Flexible smartphone
It all started with an idea at LG headquarters in Yeouido-dong. To develop Display technology that can give us paper-like displays. This can be ultra-thin with this idea LG was the first to announce a 6″ flexible OLED display for commercial smartphone usage way back in 2013. In last year there were two Tech Giants named Samsung and Huawei, they come with similar technology. It was a rough time for LG as they have to solve the problem of designing a battery that can power such a unique device with a foldable display, but still, LG says LG Chem is ready to start mass production of the foldable battery.
Of course, its foldable phones never materialized but some of the battery designs for them like the stepped battery that stacks two modules together, made it in phones in some shape or form. Now, however, LG is preparing to one-up everyone and release a… phone with Flexible display as a commercial endeavor “early next year,” reports The Elec.
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LG`s Flexible smartphone launch
Project ‘B’ has in rumored for a long while, the patent of Project B tell the design of the phone is like a pen and its display sits in it in a Flexible manner, That can be smoothly ejected out like a curtain on a single press of a button.but, in reality, it is going to be bulkier and probability bigger in size then as in patent but will still be very, very interesting as the first proof of concept.
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We come to know about the Hybrid characteristics of the latest of LG’s Flexible phone ‘Project B’, As we the power button is press display slowly comes out so it can be used as a small display phone then a section of the display can be pulled out on the right until the thing reaches a tablet size, and then it can be stretched even further, then bent to become a netbook of sorts.
Now, which one of these concepts has made the cut, remains to be seen, but LG has codenamed the undertaking Project B and is already begun prototype production at its remaining Korean factory in Pyeongtaek, tip insiders.
The display is going to be made from the same BOE with LG input, that of Huawei’s <Mate Xs> bendy phone. According to those same sources, ” foldable displays need to withstand consistent pressure at a small area, but Flexible displays can dissipate the pressure to a wider area,” so “a Flexible display isn’t necessarily more difficult to achieve than foldable ones,” and BOE already has plenty of experience with those.
A long time ago LG has demonstrated it’s on made one Flexible panel. At that time albeit was still dangling a line to be a viable rival in the foldable handset business.
Unlike Samsung and Huawei running on the same track, LG has revamped its a blueprint to create a top-notch and brand new Phone with new technology, and this makes LG rule some of the untouched sections of the Market.
By its blueprint and technology, it put LG first in a line of rotating Phone with two display one primary and one secondary
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It is the best option for the user who prefers multi-tasking. By the use dual screen app that can entirely change the normal app into the dual-screen.
It’s also best for mobile gamers, how to want that feeling of playing on a gaming console with mobile. Games like pubg and call of duty.
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Codenamed Wing which will be released in the second half of the year. It was priced around $800, so LG is obviously not planning anything else but the rotating dual-display to be the “wow” factor of the Wing phone.
Next in LG’s new strategy for phones is the Flexible Project B phone and in the first half of 2021.
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