An LG phone with a rollable display is currently being prototyped for a 2021 launch, a report from Korea said.
The device is called “B Project” internally. The phone will feature an OLED screen that’s rollable at the sides and can be expanded when needed.
Better late than never, I guess?
Google has gotten a bit stricter with requiring OEMs to add Android’s security updates over the years, but that doesn’t mean companies are actually on board. LG’s Software Update Center may be running at full power, but everything from last-minute bugs to carrier certification can hold up Android updates. It’s almost July, but LG’s new dual-screen capable device is only now receiving the May security patch.
When it comes to looks, performance, and just overall quality, budget smartphones have come a long way. LG’s Stylo lineup has proved very popular in the affordable market, but is the new LG Stylo 6 still worthwhile? Well, it hits two of the three checkboxes mentioned above. Let’s talk.