LG Rollable Phone Rainbow will be sold to workers as LG quits Smartphone market

Some weeks ago, LG announced that it was leaving the mobile industry. The company tried it's very best to thrive in smartphone companies, but some large fish in the pool were more strong, such as Apple, Samsung, and Huawei. The company revealed that the mobile market is being discontinued and will make people's pain easier by announcing that they will be implementing three Android upgrades for the latest sales versions.

While people did not well understand the news, many were eagerly awaiting the roller-turned phone of LG when the company first introduced this model footage. A year before the firm had already shown the name of the rolling system as "Rainbow," so we had strong hopes. Now we know the LG Rollable Screen Rainbow is being sold to LG Quits Smartphone companies.

CES, LG, gave us the first insights into his device at the most traditional tech event.

The video showed a wonderful device with a bigger and smaller frame as it extended. This unit was named Rainbow later If the equipment is unreleased for customers, we know that the firm will provide this equipment for its staff.

The lucky workers will also benefit from a 6.8-inch OLED panel with a resolution 1080+ and a refresh rate of 120Hz.

The Snapdragon 888 chipset is fuelled by 8GB of ram, 128GB, and 4500mAh of battery. LG can sell 3,000 units to their Korean staff who can purchase just two units for $176 each. Another point that is noteworthy is that the corporation has banned the reselling of this equipment. The choices are available in three colors: black, beige, and bimetallic.

A warranty for LG rollable devices ranges from 6 months and 24 months. However, it does not seem like the company has provided an idea of software updates as the system's name was not listed in the device list which qualifies for the next three software updates that the company promises.