Friday, November 2, 2018

FlexPai foldable smartphone: Full specifications, features and price

Royole has unveiled World's first foldable smartphone FlexPai with flagship processor from Qualcomm. The smartphone cum tablet has potential features including 7.8 inches AMOLED display.

We were expecting foldable smartphone or tablet from Samsung but as a surprise Royole has launched FlexPai from its end.



If you are looking for FlexPai foldable mobile phone's key features, technical specifications, price, first impression, review, unboxing, comparison and hands-on etc. then you could find some of them over here.

FlexPai smartphone features:

The foldable cell phone is powered by Qualcomm next-gen Snapdragon 8 series SoC, Octa-core, 2.8GHz speed processor and paired with 8GB of RAM. The internal storage of the device is 128GB / 256GB ROM variants.

FlexPai runs with the latest Android Pie operating system based Water OS 1.0 version. The gadget comes with Adreno 540 Graphics along with 7.8 inches AMOLED screen, 4:3 ratio (expanded mode).

With regards to camera of the phone, Flexpai camera is with 16+20 megapixel for better clarity of the photos and videos. 

The device is powered by 3800mAh battery and Type-C USB plug. This could be one of the best smartphone in this year.

FlexPai phone's specifications:

Processor: Qualcomm next-gen SD 8 series SoC, Octa-core, 2.8GHz
GPU: Adreno 640
OS: Water OS 1.0 based on Android 9.0 (Pie)
RAM: 8GB
ROM: 128 / 256GB, with expandable storage
Display:  7.8 inches, AMOLED, 4:3 (expanded mode), 308PPI
Dimension: Height 134 mm x Width 190.35 mm x Depth 7.6 mm
Camera: 16+20MP
Network: GSM/GPRS/EDGE B2/B3/B5/B8, UMTS B1/B2/B5/B8 etc.
Connectivity: WLAN, 
Bluetooth: 5.1
Location: GPS, A-GPS, BEIDOU
USB: Type-C
SIM: 2 Nano
Battery: 3800 mAh
Weight: 320g

FlexPai smartphone price: Starts $1,318 (Approx INR 96990 - 6GB / 128GB) and $1,469 (Approx INR 107990 - 8GB / 128GB).

Tips: This is the first foldable phone with high-end features been released officially and worth to go as it has smartphone and tablet features combined.
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