South Korea's popular electronic company LG is launching a smartphone with three screen Display. According to the reports, the company was working on a triple-foldable smartphone screen for a long time and now the company has successfully tested it.
What Is The Big Deal?
If LG launches this smartphone, then LG will be the first company to offer a smartphone with three screens. This phone can be folded in three fold and three screens can be used with touch. Something like this might look like LG's three-screen smartphone.
Will Become The First To Launch Triple Display Phone
Samsung has also been working on a dual-screen foldable smartphone for a long time and can launch it soon. However LG will be the first company to launch a smartphone with three screens.
LG gave an application for patent in December 2014, which got approval in November last year. According to the reports, the patent of this tri-fold smartphone design is protected from the World Intellectual Property Organization.
What Features You do Expected With This
➣ Looking at the pictures, it can be said that this smartphone will come with three screens and these three screens will be used as a normal smartphone screen.
➣ The tri-fold display will have a screen menu and the home button will also be present. The physical display will also be provided in the main display. With three screens this phone can easily be multi-tasking.
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➣ According to a report published on Gizmochina, the three displays will be used for multi-tasking.
➣ It is being said that users will be able to use only one screen by closing two screens according to their convenience.
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➣ Looking at these screens, it looks like the three screens will be used together as a large display. At present, there is no information from the company about this phone.
➣ China's smartphone maker ZTE first introduced its foldable smartphone ZTE Axon M in the US in November last year. This device was introduced in cooperation with the US carrier AT & T.