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LG is experimenting with rollable smartphones

LG, the company behind the mind-bendingly cool rollable television, is looking to bring the same flexible display tech to smartphones, according to one of the company’s top executives. The CTO of the Korean electronics company confirmed in an interview with Tom’s Guide that the company is experimenting with rollable and foldable phones. SEE ALSO: The...CONTINUE READING
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Snag an OLED 4K TV from LG on sale and host without equal viewing birthday party

Editor’s note: Both Mashable and PCMag are owned by Ziff Davis. NFL season is in full swing and we’ve heard there’s a pretty important game coming up in February or whatever. You could watch it in a crowded, overpriced bar, or you could host the party and spend that bar money on a new big...CONTINUE READING
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CES 2019 had not anything to mention in regards to the greatest dialog in tech

While CES sets the tech trends for the year, it rarely sets the tone. The giant-size tech carnival is a great place to see the latest TVs, smart home gadgets, and self-driving vehicle tech, but it’s also a bubble. Hype and excitement over mostly incremental upgrades is epidemic at the show, and it has very...CONTINUE READING
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This versatile smartphone unfolds to change into a 7.8-inch pill

At this year’s CES, we got a closer look at the Royole FlexPai, the world’s first foldable smartphone-tablet hybrid. In October 2018, the Chinese company beat Samsung to launching the world’s first flexible phone. FlexPai costs around $1,300Samsung is also planning to launch its own foldable phone. Read more…More about Samsung, Mashable Video, Lg, Foldable...CONTINUE READING
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LG’s extravagant ‘Large Curve of Nature’ is essentially the most spell binding factor at CES 2019

LG has a long tradition of creating mesmerizing displays with its curved OLED TVsCES 2019 was no exception. Last year, CES attendees were treated to the spectacular OLED Canyon and the year before it stunned with the OLED Tunnel. We had a hunch LG would return to CES with something even wilder, but we didn’t...CONTINUE READING
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Category:4k Tv, Ces, Lg, Oled, Tv
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