The Royole Corporation is an American tech company that has just revealed the world's first folding phone called the FlexPai. It hopes to get feedback from developers about the best ways for apps to handle going from a phone-sized screen to a tablet-sized one as the device unfolds.
SAMSUNG WILL GIVE DEVELOPERS an early look at its long-awaited folding Galaxy X smartphone this week. Today, we have got some information directly from Samsung official who said that this week they would pass on some official details about its foldable smartphone.
For now the phone is available for pre-order as a developer edition and costs $1,318 for 128 GB of storage, and $1,469 for 256 GB. And if there were still any doubt left, Samsung's own SDC app practically says it will be talking at least about how a foldable display will offer a totally new user experience.
Samsung is no longer keeping it a secret and might be riding the wave generated by all the hype around its upcoming foldable phone.
Samsung has already dropped hints about its foldable phone but it has stopped being coy about it when it changed its social media profile images into a folded Samsung logo.
The company did not stop there, it introduced single-curved screen based Galaxy Note Edge in 2014 and this was followed by a dual-curved display was introduced in the Galaxy S6 Edge in 2015 and since then, it has been the norm for the Samsung flagship phones till date.
According to SamMobile, Samsung will unveil Android Pie at the SDC18 event, as well as the new user interface for the foldable handset. Now the company has several phones up its sleeves like the Galaxy S10 or the flip phone which is to debut in China but the foldable phone is said to be the most awaited-one out of all. However, there are reports that Huawei is aiming to beat Samsung here by delivering its foldable phone first.
So far, it is believed that the Galaxy X will be a 7.3-inch OLED foldable tablet that closes into a 4.5-inch smartphone. First of all, Samsung phones are never secret.