LG: Any device that plays multimedia content needs a screen to communicate with the user. These panels vary according to the needs of the user, although it is important to adapt them to the role they perform. Of course, a TV screen does not require the same specifications as a mobile phone, even though they have similar technology. But today we need to talk about the progress that LG has made with its screen that does not wrinkle when folded.
Goodbye to creases on the folding screen
In recent years, we have seen folding screens start to hit the smartphone market. It is true that there are still very few companies in this segment and we are still waiting to see what some of them will do with their prototypes. Among those that have “fallen off” the list is: LG, though this doesn’t mean the company won’t continue to move into those parts.
And it is that it has given us great news today with its new flexible screens that do not wrinkle. This detail is the most important for users, who eventually receive the official product. The Korean company has devised a material that can be bent in two directions and is as hard as glass.
But this is not the only novelty it brings. On the one hand, the company says that this material does not contain any form of plastic, but that it offers a lot of flexibility. The other part has to do with a problem that is already in the first flexible phones and is wrinkles. It is important that these devices close properly and protect the screen, but it is also important that every time it is folded, it does not promote the appearance of a mark in this part. According to statements collected by PhoneArena, this new technology will “maximize flexibility while providing optimized solutions for foldable phones, such as improvements to chronic problems such as wrinkling in the connection area of the screen.”
It comes for laptops and tablets
Another important point is that this technology that LG so that folding screens do not wrinkle and could reach other devices. For this reason, the Korean company could be behind a new coating that will reach new devices from other companies or itself, such as televisions, computers or tablets.