Dr Bill Liu, CEO of Royole, said, "The Royole FlexPai foldable smartphone provides mobile phone users with a revolutionary, different experience compared to traditional phones". This shows a possibility that the phone will be made available on global markets.
In any event, Samsung will be live-streaming its keynote address today (November 7), and it's embedded at the top of the article for your convenience. And without compelling software, I'm still not convinced that anyone really needs a phone that can fold itself in two.
"Manufacturers who produce them now are demonstrating technology leadership, and will also be the first with serious applications for foldable screens". Though Royole has a much smaller development team, the device has an impressive array of features to help it compete with mobile giants across the globe.
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Samsung may just be hours away from showing the world its foldable Galaxy X, but it has been pipped to the post by the Royale Corporation, which launched its FlexPai phone to journalists on Monday. The phone has been codenamed as Valley and victor also.
"You can use most of the uses. on fold (ed) status". First of all, Samsung phones are never secret.
Bending the phone and straightening it back out actually takes a bit of force: it's nowhere near as effortless as flipping open an old school flip phone. Because the displays on existing phones are bright and clear, he added, foldable phones are going to have to match or exceed that to have any shot at widespread adoption. Royale told her that these are known issues due to "adhesive used in the engineering samples".
And it also have dual cameras 16 MP+20 MP with f/1.8 aperture and optical Image Stabilisation and Auto Focus. The phone, however, has been delayed due to various issues. When it did finally catch up, there were obvious bugs, and some widgets didn't render properly on the screen (as evidenced in the photo below).