(PHOTOS) World’s First Foldable Phone Has Been Launched. -see Price and SPECS

A Chinese organization Rouyu Technology has flown out of no
where and dropped a major shocker on every one of us by
unleashing the world's first foldable smartphone the Flexpai.

Interesting how these Chinese folks continues leading the way
when different tech giants like Samsung and Apple are there.

Royole Flexpai is gadget on the mouth of each tech nerd out
there and it's astonishing how this gadget folds into two and
still works superbly and faultlessly. In this post TechCapon will
give a full audit.

Royole Flexpai
I simply need you to set aside some time to pronounce the
name, Royole Flexpai .

Sounds sweet to me despite the
fact that it doesn't sound anything like a tech gadget, lol. I can't
generally consider this a smartphone in view of it's gigantic
size. This is more similar to a tablet with its substantial 7.8-
inch screen. Be that as it may, the adaptable screen enables it
to fold into two without breaking, making such an expansive
gadget fit in a pocket.

The gadget weighs a huge 320 grams
and feels like conveying two iPhone XS Max phones set up
together. It likewise has a gigantic bezel at the best.
Taking a look at the stunning specs we see that the FlexPai is
fueled by the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150
processor.

This depends on 7nm FinFET process tech with
another AI stage and 5G support. It comes in three RAM/ROM
variations: 6GB RAM/128GB ROM, 8GB RAM/256GB ROM and
8GB RAM/512GB ROM. The display has a 1440 x 1920-pixel
goals and a 4:3 angle proportion screen.

In the camera division, the gadget has a 20-megapixel and a
16-megapixel focal point. Additionally a f/1.8 opening and
optical picture adjustment as well. The battery is a 3,800mAh
battery, and the working framework is Royole's own WaterOS,
which depends on the most recent Android 9.0 Pie. The gadget
may only be accessible in China for now and costs from
around $1,300 for the 6GB/128GB model, or up to $1870 for the
8GB/512GB. A restricted amount will be released by December
this year while it will be discharged completely one year from
now however pre-requests can be put now.

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