LG can work on phones with an expandable secondary screen, the patent indicates | 91mobiles.com

LG According to the new patent filed, it can work on a new phone with a unique display design China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA). As noted 91 Mobile, The design patent shows that the phone has a rectangular primary display on the front and a secondary screen that extends from the side. When not in use, the second screen can be rotated. The frame of the LG phone seems to have an oval shape, though it can be changed. There is also a cutout at the top, probably for a pop-up selfie camera. The screen also appears to be stretched from both sides. The patent was re-filed in 2019 and was only published before today.


Since it is in the patent stage, we cannot say for sure if LG will ever bring a commercial phone with such a design. LG has previously patented roller and foldable phone designs, but has not yet introduced a publicly available phone with such a design; The company itself Such a phone was mocked Earlier this year. However, if we consider that we are in the midst of folding design innovations, it is possible to see such designs down the aisle. We are looking for more information about the patent and will update when it is done.

Separately, the LG W41 series Launched back in India in February. Will be on the lineup LG W41, W41 +, And W41 Pro And all three models in the series have a 6.5-inch HD + display with a punch-hole cutout for a selfie snapper, and a rectangular module on the back with 48MP quad-cameras. MediaTek Helio G35 Soci is powered by LG phones. The LG W41 comes with 4GB RAM + 64GB storage, coming in two models LG 41+ and LG 41 Pro, with 4GB RAM + 128GB storage and 6GB RAM + 128GB storage configurations respectively. The phones pack a 5,000 mAh battery with fast charging capability and an 8MP snapper for selfies. Connectivity options are Bluetooth v5.0 and Wi-Fi. The smartphones measure 166.5 x 77.3 x 9.3 (mm) and weigh 201 grams.


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