Details of the World’s First Foldable Phone
Royole, a 5-year-old company only develops and sells flexible devices. As it has a threat of Samsung develops foldable devices like them.
So, Royole hurriedly manufactured FlexPai together and amazed the world with foldable awfulness. This Android phone lengths 7.8 inches diagonally and it becomes two when it’s flexed closed.
It has two SIM slots and an auto-detection system that only shows content on the half of the folded screen that you’re facing at any given time.
When the device is opened, the content spills out onto the full tablet. A 1920 x 1440 resolution on the full display will shrink less than half when you’re in phone mode.
The drawback of the phone is its poor quality. We can observe color banding, weird dim areas right in the middle of the screen, and the sort of hyper-saturation.
The price of the device is $1,320 for which you can get a developer edition of Royole!