This was the phone with a roll-up screen that did not see the light because LG stopped selling cell phones

For many years, LG had a mobile division that was responsible for manufacturing innovative smartphones of various ranges; however, due to poor sales, it decided to close it in 2021, which caused several phones that were about to be launched on the market to finally not do so.

One of the cell phones that never saw the light was the LG Rollable, a quite interesting smartphone that could have become the favorite of thousands of users, since it had a screen that could be rolled up. In this way, it could be used as a conventional cell phone or as a tablet.

A South Korean YouTuber specializing in technology was able to gain access to the equipment and published a video review, which – so far – already has more than one and a half million views. Thanks to this review, we have been able to learn more about the characteristics of this innovative cell phone.

Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, which can be unfolded to become a tablet, the LG Rollable’s screen can be extended or compressed by flicking your fingers to the side. Also, it should be noted that this equipment does not have any type of physical button, instead we have a touch panel.

The LG Rollable has a 6.8 POLED screen that can be extended up to 7.4 inches. On the back there is also a secondary screen that shows widgets and notifications when the device is upside down. It can even be used to see what your selfies taken with the rear camera will look like.

Internally, the device has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, 12 GB RAM, 256 GB of storage and a 4,500 mAh battery. On the double rear camera, it was composed of a 64 MP main lens with optical stabilization and a 12 MP ultra wide angle.