LG Unveils Its First Stretchable Display With 20% Stretch Capability

LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd. was founded in India in January 1997 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of LG Electronics, South Korea.

The Korean technology giant LG has also developed a 12-inch stretchable display, which can be stretched by 20% from its original size.

LG Display demonstrate 12″- 14″ panel

It may now appear archaic to consider the possibility of stretching a display because we can stretch mold and even fold a collection in this day and age. LG Display demonstrated a 12″ panel that can be extended to 14″ and returned to 12″ without being damaged.

LG’s Stretchable Display Is More Concerned With Resolution

LG unveiled this stretchable display today via an official announcement on its website, providing some details. While foldable displays have made inroads into the smartphone market, a related technology known as stretchable displays is also making inroads.

LG Unveils Its First Stretchable Display With 20% Stretch Capability
LG Unveils Its First Stretchable Display With 20% Stretch Capability

Because it can easily conform to complex shapes and stretches, this bendy, stretchy display can be used in clothing and furniture. It will also be more comfortable to wear. LG Display anticipates applications in various industries, including “fashion, wearables, mobility, and gaming.” It may also find use in the automobile and aircraft industries. As far as prototype panels go, this one appears to be of high quality.

Features of LG Stretchable Display

This display is 12-inch in size and has a high-resolution capability. In addition, because it is the result of free-form technology, it can be folded and twisted without damage.

Its ideal counterpart will be a soft cloth that can be stretched while maintaining flexibility and durability. On the other hand, this display is flexible, like a rubber band. It allows the display’s size to be expanded from 12-inch to 14-inch.

It has a pixel density of 100ppi, comparable to a 40″ 4K TV, and full-color RGB capabilities, according to GSM Arena. The display is built on a particular silicon substrate used for contact lenses.

The company has been working on this stretchable display since 2020, and we could see it on the market and in gadgets as early as 2024 or early 2025.

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