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LG to beat major companies by presenting the first Rollable smartphone in early 2021LG is looking to defeat Samsung, Xiaomi, and Oppo by presenting the first rollable smartphone during the next year. A recent report from the Korean outlet ETNews has shown more details about this upcoming phone, along with 3 other phones for early 2021. Two of them are reported to be flagship devices. The more attractive of the two will be the company’s rollable phone, instead of the unimaginatively codenamed the LG Rollable. The outlet said it will feature a 6.8-inch screen that extends to 7.4 inches when fully stretched out. The phone (the company had previously teased at the Wing launch event) is expected to launch in early March 2021.

Point to be noted that LG’s phone will have to contend with the likes of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip. Its rollable screen will present it with some significant advantages over the current slate of foldable phones. It is not going to become wrinkled over time because the screen is never folded. In addition to that, the phone is expected to be both thinner and lighter than foldable smartphones. Moreover, other companies are also pursuing the same goal because LG has extensive experience in the field. The outlet even showed off a 65-inch, 4K rollable TV for an eye-watering $60,000 earlier in the year. In addition to this, the company will also release a traditional flagship to succeed the LG V60, codenamed Rainbow.

The phone is expected to take its design cues from LG’s widely acclaimed Velvet, while also packing the top-of-the-line specs it’ll need to be a true flagship, courtesy of a Snapdragon 888. The upcoming device from the company will also support a Wacom active stylus. The feature would make it a perfect replacement for Samsung’s soon-to-be-killed Note series. It is noteworthy that the LG Q83 will also be the company’s mid-range offering and will likely be part of the K-series brand internationally. The supposed smartphone will reportedly feature a unique and perfect rear camera design and it has the ability to support 5G connectivity.

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