July 24, 2021


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CES 2021’s coolest new gadgets: Rollable phones, giant TVs, coronavirus killers

The LG Rollable phone

Foldable phones might have some competition as the hottest thing in mobile right now. LG kicked off CES 2021 on Monday by teasing a rollable smartphone — really. The company is expected to release the device later this year.

For more, check out our coverage of LG’s debut of its upcoming rollable device and CNET editor Roger Cheng’s take on the new expandable phone.

TCL’s possible rollable phone

TCL is teasing its own rollable phone tech at CES 2021, too. On Monday, the Chinese company released a new video of its 6.7-inch phone that can expand into a 7.8-inch tablet at “a simple tap of the finger.” The company also announced a 17-inch printed OLED scrolling display that can be unfurled and that features a 100% color gamut.

This ultraviolet light could kill the coronavirus in cars

GHSP introduced a new Grenlite ultraviolet light treatment system at CES that kills pathogens in your car. The tech is already used in emergency rooms and commercial vehicles, but the company is working on integrating it into personal vehicles, too.

Samsung’s back with The Frame TV

Samsung’s TV for design-conscious shoppers, The Frame, is back. And at just 24.9mm, it’s thinner than ever — about the depth of a typical picture frame. There are new sizes too, from 32 inches all the way up to 75 inches. The 32- and 43-inch TVs can also be oriented in portrait mode.

Read more: https://www.cnet.com/pictures/ces-2021-coolest-new-gadgets-rollable-phones-giant-tvs-coronavirus-killers/4/