LG Rollable Video Has Fans Demanding The Phone Brand Return To Android
The 11-minute video explores several aspects of the LG Rollable phone in minute detail, and even showcases the unique packaging that mimics the phone’s rollable screen opening mechanism. The box contains the phone itself, some paperwork, a charging brick, and a USB cable. Once out of the box, you’d notice that the device — especially when unrolled — is quite large, with the display measuring 6.8-inches across. An interesting design choice on the phone was not including a physical power button or volume rocker keys. Instead, the model sports touch-sensitive buttons on the left side of the handset.
The spec sheet on the device was notable for the time and included the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. However, the battery capacity was on the lower side for a device of its size at 4,500 mAh perhaps due to the space taken up by the rolling mechanism. The model’s aforementioned 6.8-inch display expands to a fairly expansive 7.4-inch panel when fully unrolled, making it only a fraction of an inch smaller than that of the Galaxy Fold 4 foldable.
The folding mechanism is also described as smooth with matching animations, making the entire process a visual spectacle. When fully rolled, part of the display ends up on the rear side of the phone, enabling it to act as a secondary display. The camera setup on the LG Rollable includes a 64-megapixel primary camera and a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera, which wouldn’t be too terrible even in today’s market. However, space constraints meant the front-facing camera ended up nearly unusable with a measly 2.4-megapixel sensor.
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