In the age of ever-evolving technology, it’s common to see cutting-edge devices in their basic state. While we’ve been enamored by a number of conceptual cellphone designs this year, few can match the allure of LG’s newest project — an expandable, handheld device that seeks to double screen real estate in an intuitive and easy-to-use way.
While the concept is still in its preliminary stages, it’s a well-known fact that the design itself was registered with the World Intellectual Property Organization last year, causing many outlets to speculate about its arrival. Thus far, the expandable smartphone seems to be the only one of its kind, calling upon a dual-screen layout that’s housed underneath the device’s front-facing display. Much like the slidable phones we’ve seen in the past, users will be able to pull the phone’s rear displays to the left or right, allowing for a “tri-monitor” setup that’s said to double the device’s visual acreage. If you’re interested in the notion of an expandable smartphone, head over to Let’s Go Digital’s website, where the team has provided a rendered mockup of the design, and spoken in-depth regarding its intricacies.