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Experience the world's first folding phone
and it works with ease
Royole FlexPai is not a great phone, but its flexible display works as advertised


Samsung may be just days away from its collapsible smart tablet, but consumer electronics company Royole has stolen a bit of thunder using its flexible display. 

This 7.8-inch hybrid can fold 180 degrees and turn from a tablet to a phone, albeit a huge device.

At an event in San Francisco this evening, Royole offered a FlexPai version of work that we should already keep, and the Folding feature works as advertised. 

It certainly feels mileage in terms of quality from a modern high-end device, but it is still the first real folding device I've ever seen personally, not just in a concept video or prototype.

FlexPai will be available as a consumer device in China at a typical price of 8,999 yuan, or about $ 1,300. 

You can also pay this amount in US dollars for a developer version if you live in North America. 

This gives you 128 GB of storage, but you can double this value for an extra $ 150 and add an additional 2GB of RAM for a total of 8 GB.

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As for the other specifications, the device will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processor at 2.8 GHz, and the display resolution is 1920 × 1440 when it is fully expanded, and comes with a battery of 3,800 mA. 

The consumer model and developer's version are currently on the Royole website

Royole says that the Chinese consumer model and developer version is scheduled to be shipped in December.

It must be said that this machine is the first generation product. 


The program looked very slow, the applications were constantly open by mistake, and the guidance was changed randomly when one of Royole's representatives showed the folding process. 

This, to me, indicates that the company's own water operating system (a fork of Android 9.0, says Ruyol) is probably not the most powerful operating system yet.

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However, this is much more about hardware innovation in making an almost unbreakable AMOLED screen, with a battery that is reasonable enough to keep the folding process going. 

Royole says the screen can hold folded 200,000 times. 
(What happens next is not immediately apparent.) 

We do not know how it will be stacked against the Samsung version, or any competing display makers like LG working on. 

But it certainly augurs well for the imminent folding / visual supply trend we are already seeing on such working devices reaching the market.

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