Do you think LG's Dual Screen accessory is the future of smartphones?
At CES 2019, LG ushered in something pretty interesting — its Dual Screen accessory. It debuted alongside the V50, adding a second display to the phone so you could have two distinct canvases for running apps, playing games, etc.
LG has continued to offer the Dual Screen for all of its major flagships since then, including the G8X, V60, and the latest LG Velvet.
Being able to slap a second screen on your phone at any given time is a great concept, but is it the future of smartphone design? Here's what some of our AC forum members think about it:
Now, we want to hear from you — Do you think LG's Dual Screen accessory is the future of smartphones?
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Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.
I feel like the future will have two phones. One's that'll fold in half to be smaller, others that'll expand or unfold to be bigger. There will no longer be regular sized phones. So maybe maybe
No I don't.
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Yes, there's a market for duel screen 📱 phones but I think it's a niche market. Why? The size of the V60 is like carrying an over sized brick around. Yes, it's 😎 cool but very bulky. But if your true multitasker I'm sure it has it's advantages? Plus the built in game pad, which many 👍 like. There's definitely a market for many consumers. I give LG credit for doing the duel screen but it's not for everone!