A Chinese company may be the first to release a foldable phone

Mobile phones with folding screens seemed to arrive for years, but they did not look right in the flesh except for a few concept designs and trailers. However, video appeared at a trade show in China as a tablet-sized cell phone made by a company called Rouyu Technology, and appears to be able to bend in the shape of a small paperback book.

Before the era of a foldable smartphone finally hopes to come to us, you should watch the video below featuring the device. It's a very early word. On the one hand, the phone seems to not fold flat, so it becomes quite bulky when packed away. This software seems confused because the screen on your phone is bent and it will blink a few times before selecting the direction.

Twitter claims to have Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 internally on the phone. (19459015) The price of ITHome through GizmoChina will start at $ 8,999 (about $ 1,290) for the so-called "FlexiPai" version with 6GB of RAM.

Rouyu Technology's FlexiPai will soon be in serious competition. Samsung's folding smartphone will be shown next week at the developer conference next week, and LG and Huawei are developing their own foldable handsets. It actually feels like we are at the cutting edge of these devices we are actually releasing, but for a while I felt that way.

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