Top Three Foldable and Rollable Devices From The CES 2021

When it comes to imagining what happens at the CES, we know the show is all about astonishing gadgets that may not turn out to be available for purchase, yet each of them, in some way, shape up the tech industry on the whole.

A more recent examples of such revolutionary gadgets are foldables, rollables, and potentially malleable smartphones that have already captured the attention of users.

CES 2021 was no different as it started to become an ultimate showdown of the best foldable and rollable smartphones. So, while it showed us glimpses of how the phone of the future could look like, we decided to pick three of our favorite pieces for you.

LG Rollable

The star of the show was undoubtedly the new LG Rollable. Although for now, the phone seems to be a concept, but if the real phone is going to look like something the promo shows, then we are in for something too cool and big.

Basically, the device holds the potential to transform itself from a phone to a small tablet. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the phone-to-tablet experience (which a lot of you might be looking for) yet the extra screen factor makes it love-able.

You will be able to contract and expand the device as per your needs. Nothing has been revealed about the specs as of yet.

TCL 6.7-inch AMOLED Rollable Display

TCL has just made an entry into the world of rollable phones after showcasing foldable displays for years. The form factor is a phone with a 6.7-inch display possessing the capacity to roll out into a device of a 7.8-inch display. According to TCL, the device is less than 10mm in terms of thickness and it also stands much thinner as compared to a foldable phone as well.

For now, TCL’s efforts too, is a concept and we aren’t sure whether the company would make an actual variant of the phone for the general public.

TCL 17-inch Printed OLED Scrolling Display

There was also another interesting concept introduction by TCL of the 17-inch Printed OLED Scrolling Display. It is basically a scroll that can be rolled up to almost two rods or you can also expand it into a 17-inch screen.

The concept hasn’t shown whether the display is going to be touch-sensitive or not, since it was based on just CGI. But yet again, it is very unlikely if TCL has actually worked on the prototype of it or not.

What’s your favorite gadget from CES 2021?

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