Just like its rival Samsung, LG has an interest in smartphones with unusual displays. We’ve already known both companies have invested in curved displays, and now it appears they are pursuing dual edge technology as well.

While the LG G Flex 2 unveiled at CES has a curved display instead, LG has developed “Dual Edge” technology. It is likely it will be used in their next flagship.

Android Community is somewhat sure that LG showcased the new display in a private show. In the beginning, this technology was known as “Active Bending.” It’s possible other manufacturers also have shown an interest in this.

The site states that LG is planning to use “Active Bending,” but it does not know how the company is going to use it.

The dual edged, six-inch display unit LG displayed, with its low 720p resolution display, was most likely just a demo unit.  However, it is likely LG will feature the technology in the LG G4, which will have a 1080p or 2K resolution.

Source: Android Community

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