Thanks to patents, leaks and vague teasers, we’ve known for a while that LG has a rollable smartphone in the works, but the company has now officially confirmed it and also revealed that – as rumored – the name is indeed the LG Rollable.
While the company has now confirmed that such a phone is in the works, it hasn’t revealed much else, but everything we know can be found below, along with all the compelling leaks and rumors.
And if the rumor is to be believed, the LG Rollable may have already been canceled. Oops. This follows rumors that LG is withdrawing from the smartphone industry altogether, although nothing has been confirmed yet.
That includes details on the design, specs, price, and release date, and we’ll add to this article as soon as we hear anything new about the LG Rollable, so check back for updates.
We’ve seen a very similar design in an LG patent before, an image of which can be seen above, but in the patent, two sides of the phone can slide out and retract, while in LG’s teaser we only see one side doing this. That may mean there will only be one side on the finished phone, but it is equally possible that both will and LG simply chose to show only one.
As for the specs, a report suggests that the LG Rollable will have a 7.4-inch screen when fully extended and a 6.8-inch when not.
Another source similarly claims that the LG Rollable will have a 7.4-inch screen, along with a high-quality Snapdragon 888 chipset, 16 GB of RAM and a 4,200 mAh battery.
Since all of these leaks point to the same screen size, we’d say that aspect is likely accurate, and a Snapdragon 888 chipset is very likely too, as it is expected to be the main flagship phone chipset by 2021.
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