LG’s flexible smartphone is coming in the beginning of next year, with the BOE screen


But the exercise of none of which is a folding action, at least for now), LG is apparently working on a flexible smartphone, which was shown in 3D and render it in August of last year. That makes it are based on a patent-KS filed for, and in some cases, patents have nothing coming out of it in the form of a real product.

At this time it seems like it would be. According to a report from samsung’s home of Korea, will be the company’s launch of its flexible smartphone, code-named Project B, at a certain point in the beginning of 2021.

Interestingly enough, the display on the control panel will be provided by the BOE, and not by LG Display, for no reason at all. The production of a Prototype is already underway at LG’s factory in Pyeongtaek. Approximately 1,000 to 2,000 prototypes to be created, and it usually takes about three to four rounds of prototypes before a final product stage is reached.

Project B was designed in order to restore the functionality as an innovative player in the smartphone space, where it has been losing money for up to 20 consecutive quarters. This device is a modern remake of the LG’s and the image of the brand, and it is named after the CEO, Kwon Bong-seok.

In addition to the Project, B), LG is said to be the launch of a traditional-looking flagship phone in the first half of 2021, with the code name Rainbow, and with a “price” the smartphone is coming in the second half of this year, with the code name of Wing. It is not clear what this means.

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