World's First Foldable Smartphone Launched

A Chinese company has launched a world's first foldable smartphone by defeated Korean company Samsung. Although all were sitting on the launch of this phone from Samsung, but now it seems that a small company named Royal Technology has defeated South Korean giant Samsung. Let's talk now of the first foldable smartphone.
World's First Foldable Smartphone
The name of the world's first foldable smartphone is Flex Pai, which has a 7.8-inch full HD screen and when the phone is folded, the phone becomes 4 inches. The company has said in its official tweet that the Snapdragon 8150 chipset has been used in the phone, which has been built on the technology of 7 nm.

Talking about its other features, it comes in three variants, first of which there are 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, the second 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage, and the third 8 GB RAM + 512 GB storage. The company has not given any information about whether the device will run on Android or not.

The phone comes with fast charging technology, which charges between 0 to 80% of the phone in 1 hour. The company has not yet told the phone's battery capacity. Talking about the camera, the phone has double rear cameras, which have 16 MP and 20 MP.

The world's first foldable smartphone price of 6 GB RAM variants is CNY 99, which is around Rs 90,000, while the 8 GB + 256 GB model will be sold for CNY 100 or 100000 and 8 GB + 512 GB variant CNY 129 which will reach 12,9999. The phone will be available for sale in the flash cell from November 2 and its shipping will start in December.