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LG may just glance at it brieflyAt the press conference, the mockery of smartphones with screens hinted at a comeback of mobile devices that want to shake up traditional metal and glass panels. Although there are some new foldable phones introduced in 2020-especially Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold 2, and the wider Motorola Razr version, few people are willing to spend as much as $2,000 in a phone. Global pandemic.
It is 2021, and there is little change. However, the hope is that the rapid spread of the COVID-19 vaccine-if it is significant at this point-may bring some normalcy to our lives, as well as a renewed appetite and appreciation for more creative and energetic mobile phones .
Because we face reality, all of us can use something to inspire us again.
On the first day of CES, LG did its best. This is the second short look, this time providing the name of the device, which is LG Rollable on the nose.Strangely, LG executives didn’t even mention it in the press conference-a glimpse of these phones can be seen on the quick promotional reels that start and end the event-but.
Stefan Strait, general manager of TCL marketing, said that TCL has demonstrated multiple foldable prototypes in the past two years and put forward more foldable concepts on Monday, and will finally release foldable phones to consumers this year. The most notable aspect is his target price of $1,000. This is in line with Samsung’s comments on affordable foldable products published last month.
These foldable and rollable phones are more than just heads for generating hum. These new experimental designs will help promote the appearance and working style of mobile devices in the coming years. Just as the iPhone caused the mobile phone to evolve from a flip and straight-board design to a smooth metal and glass plate, foldable devices may trigger changes in the way we interact with mobile phones. Lower prices mean that it is easier for people to use these phones.
Ronan Dunne, CEO of Verizon’s consumer business, said in an interview on Tuesday: “Form innovation is definitely a function.” He did not comment on LG Rollable, but said he was impressed by some innovative products.
But can that excitement match the initial burst of energy? Turn the time back two years to 2019, and the foldable hype is feverish. Samsung first previewed its Galaxy Fold, and then released Huawei’s MateX a few days later. Motorola ended the year with Razr this year. It is expected that by 2020, things will increase and more foldable items will appear.
We all know what will happen next.
But the early activities of CES indicate that we may make more breakthroughs this year.
The evolution of foldable
The display of LG Rollable phones can be traced back toThis is one of the highlights of the past few CES LG conferences. The use of flexible displays in large 65-inch TVs is impressive, but compressing this technology into handheld phones is another challenge.
IDC analyst Ramon Llamas said: “I can’t help being surprised by the technological innovations in it. “It fully illustrates the display technology and its resolution, which can be integrated into such a flexible size. “
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Although LG has provided little information about the phone, revealing the name of the device indicates that it is ready to advance the product. Even with foldable phones, Rollable will mark another major change in design and show that the industry still has some new tricks.
LG is not the only one considering coils. TCL’s display business also demonstrated two rollable concepts. One is a smaller mobile phone whose screen can extend up to 6.7 inches in portrait mode, and the other is a 17-inch display that can be rolled from two like a treasure map. End unfolded.
TCL will launch a rollable phone soon. Strait said in an interview before the exhibition that the company is still working to perfect its prototype mechanism.
According to “ET News” report (according to Tom’s guide), Samsung also has its own rollable prototype, and Oppo showed off the rollable concept called “Oppo X 2021”.
Despite the pandemic, LG released the, A peculiar mobile phone, one screen is stacked on another screen, can be rotated to a horizontal position, essentially forming a T-shaped display screen. As unusual as it sounds, CNET editor Lynn La said that it actually helps in multitasking and video recording.
Even if it is not very successful, it will promote the development of the industry in different directions.
Make collapsible content more accessible
After years of teasing wild prototypes, TCL is finally ready to enter the foldable game. Strait said that although the company dismissed folding products at CES, the company plans to release one at a price of $1,000 this year.
Strait said in an interview before CES: “We are 100% confident that this will make us destructive.”
Therefore, Strait stated that the first foldable product will use more conventional designs instead of the more absurd concepts we have seen. This shows that we have seen similar designs for flip phones from Samsung and Motorola. Compared with large phones equipped with foldable screens (such as Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Huawei Mate X), such devices are cheaper.
Similarly, Samsung hinted that there will be more foldable products in 2021.
“Z Fold2 is hailed as a smartphone. It reimagines the possibilities of mobile technology. I am happy to say that this is just a hint as we continue to explore, develop and expand this ever-changing category space.” Samsung Mobile Communications President Roh in a blog post.
This is consistent with “ET News” reports that Samsung will launch four foldable products this year, including two of its Flip and Fold series.
The widespread nature of the upcoming foldable mobile phone shows that this will not only be a central display or plaything, but it is possible for all of us to understand the development direction of mobile phones in the next few years.