LG showed a 12-inch display with the possibility of increasing the size
LG display has just unveiled a 12-inch display that can be converted into a 14-inch display.
Displays Folding are becoming more popular among users day by day. Another technology close to it is rolling screens, which has yet to be officially launched on the market. But as it seems, probably another technology from the family of flexible displays is going to enter the market in the form of a product in the future, and that is a display with the possibility of increasing the size.
LG display is just an example of It displayed these screens with a size of 12 inches; A display that can be converted into a 14-inch display by dragging. This attractive technology allows users to use it in any situation and anywhere. In this way, you can even put it in your pocket, sit on it and... As it is said, the resistance of this display seems to be very high. However, it is a little too early to judge about this issue. He predicts that these types of screens can be used in various industries, including fashion, wearable gadgets, gaming, etc. It can even be used in the automotive industry or air and space.
This display also benefits from a very high quality. At least the prototype that shows such a thing. The pixel density in this panel reaches 100 pixels per inch; Viewing the content inside this display is as if you are watching something inside a 40-inch TV with 4K quality. In terms of RGB color coverage, this panel has no limitations.
This panel is designed on a special silicone that is also used to make eye lenses. The panel also uses Micro-LED technology with LEDs smaller than 40 micrometers that are connected via S-shaped springs rather than cables so that the display is not damaged when pulled. This display that LG display unveiled can increase by 20% of its original size.
Previous Since LG unveiled such a display, we have already seen the initial version of other models. For example, the example made by Royole company, which was unveiled last year. That display was able to expand up to 30% of its original size and, according to the manufacturer's description, had the potential to display 120 pixels per inch. However, that prototype was only 2.7 inches in size and its resolution reached 96 x 60 pixels.
A few years ago, Samsung also presented a display with similar capabilities (2017). Although that display seemed to be able to survive extreme conditions such as heavy pressure, it was not very scalable. That panel was 9.1 inches and it was difficult to increase it by half an inch.
Currently, we do not have much information about LG's interesting panel and we do not know in what form it is going to be unveiled. When will this happen? But in the next year, we should probably hear more news about these technologies.