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The world's first foldable phone is here and it isn't from Samsung or Apple. Samsung had announced that they will be launching a phone that folds, but we still haven’t gotten any official release date yet.
But, while we all were waiting for Samsung’s foldable phone, a start-up called Royole, released their version of a foldable phone and earned themselves the label of the world’s first completely foldable smartphone.
In its flat, unfolded mode, the Royole FlexPai is a 7.8-inch tablet, with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,440. Using Royole’s flexible film technology, the sides of the FlexPai can fold 180 degrees, with each display facing outward. One of them becomes the “primary” display in this mode, with a 16:9 screen ratio, and an 810 x 1,440 resolution. The other display is designated as “secondary” with an 18:9 ratio and a resolution of 720 x 1440. Each side apparently has a display of about 4 inches.
While in its folded mode, the Royole FlexPai actually supports a third display, on the spine of the flexible hinge itself. It has a ratio of 21:6 and a resolution of 390 x 1,440. As indicated in the official renders below, the third display is used for notifications like incoming calls, emails, and texts.
The FlexPai, was launched in Beijing, and allowed interested customers to book the phones, with a delivery date of December.
The cost of this is approximately $1,318(roughly Rs.97,000).
For more details:https://www.androidauthority.com/royole-flexpai-921263/