LG Rollable could be dead — here’s why

Sources say that the LG Rollable could be abandoned, along with LG’s entire phone business.

Perhaps second only to the upcoming OLED evo G1 TV, the LG Rollable was possibly the most exciting thing to appear in LG’s CES presentation – even if it only popped up in a ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ moment. But now it appears that the expandable phone may never be a commercially available product.

Sources have told the Korea Herald that with the company considering its future in the smartphone world, the LG Rollable handset could be something that just gets abandoned. 

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