The LG Gram Fold runs on Windows 11 Home and is powered by a 10-core Intel Core i5-1335U processor (TDP 15W), 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD.
The 17-inch OLED touchscreen has a resolution of 1,920×2,560 dots and a 4:3 aspect ratio – it can be folded into a 12-inch laptop, and the hinge, according to the manufacturer, can withstand up to 30 thousand folds. The maximum brightness is 400 nits, the screen is VESA HDR500 certified, and the color gamut is 99.5% DCI-P3.
It comes with a stylus, mouse, and detachable Bluetooth keyboard that can be used separately or attached to one of the screen halves to create a 12-inch laptop that looks like a regular laptop.
When folded, the LG Gram Fold has dimensions of 280x193x19.2 mm, and when unfolded, the body thickness is 9.4 mm. The laptop weighs 1250 g (without keyboard) and 1530 g (including keyboard).
It also features a 72 Wh battery that can be charged via USB-C with the included 65 W power supply, and two USB-C ports, one of which supports Thunderbolt 4.
The LG Gram Fold costs 4.99 million Korean Won (approximately $3,728), which is very expensive, but significantly cheaper than the HP Spectre Fold ($5,000).