Louis Vuitton and Royole put two web browsers on a handbag

Of all the companies that adopted flexible screens in 2019, we do not think the fashion brand Louis Vuitton would be among them. However, that is exactly what he has done with his new line of handbags with flexible AMOLED displays of 1920 x 1440 from Royole. Engadget reports that LV plans to produce two variations of the so-called Canvas of the Future handbags, one with a single screen and the other with two.

On the runway at Cruise 2020, the screens were set to display a variety of colorful urban displays, but in a video posted on Instagram, one of the bags could also be seen showing a couple of scrolling web browsers. Louis Vitton says that the idea of ​​the bag is to become an extension of the smartphone, which suggests that there is more functionality here than meets the eye.

The bags were produced with screens provided by Royole whose FlexPai device is technically the world's first folding smartphone. If you have not heard about FlexPai, then we will not blame you; When Vlad Savov tested it at this year's CES, he declared it "delightfully horrible" thanks to his user experience with errors and relatively low quality.

louis vuitton and royole put two web browsers on a handbag

Royole had his own prototype bag at CES 2019.
Photo by Vlad Savov / The Verge

This is not the first time we see a company putting a display in a bag, and even Royole had a prototype bag of its own at this year's CES. However, Louis Vitton has the advantage of being able to sell his bags at a price that could cover the cost of a cutting-edge exhibition.

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