Samsung will, allegedly, announce a rollable smartphone at some point in the future, but not anytime soon. This information comes from NOT DJ Koh, who is not exactly a regular source for such information, so take it with a grain of salt.
Samsung may announce a rollable smartphone, but not in 2020 or 2021
He mentioned, on Twitter, that the company is working on a rollable display. However, that display is not coming in 2020 or 2021, he notes. That basically means we won’t see a smartphone with such a display in the next year either.
He also added that the company is developing a multifold display, and that it will launch before a rollable one. That means that we may get a multifold foldable smartphone at some point in the future as well.
Multifold displays could open up various new possibilities for smartphones. A regular-sized smartphone could expand into
LG is expected to announce the world’s first rollable TV next month, ahead of the rollable smartphone. According to media reports that are coming from Korea, it will happen in October, but we don’t know when exactly. All we know is that late October is mentioned.
LG will release the very first rollable TV soon, and a smartphone will follow next year
This TV will allegedly be called the LG Signature OLED RX, and it will feature a 65-inch display. That display will rise from a box, and you will be able to get it to roll back inside.
LG actually showed off this technology at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) last year. At that point, it was not even close to launching, but LG seems to be ready to release it now.
The LG Signature OLED RX TV will allegedly be priced at over 100 million won. That translates to