FlexPai, world's first flexible smartphone launched

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FlexPai launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 processor
FlexPai launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 processor

New Delhi : Rouyu Technology in China has set a record by launching the world’s first flexible smartphone named FlexPai. The company has set new challenges for brands like Samsung. To inform, Rouyu Technology is a display company, which specialises in flexible displays. The FlexPai smartphone starts at CNY 9,000, somewhat Rs 95,300 in India.

According to Twitter tipster OnLeaks, FlexPai sale will start from November 1 and it is likely that consumers are super-excited about the product. 

When asked to some group of people, they said that companies like Samsung and Huawei will now have to work hard to come out with a polished version of the same which people can easily fit inside their pockets. In one tweet, IceUniverse stated that this will be the world’s first device to be powered by the yet to be launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 processor which is also being called Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.

During the launch event, the company said that FlexPai will come with a Snapdragon processor based on the 7nm process with a new AI platform and 5G support.

In terms of specification, FlexPai sports a 7.8-inch AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 4:3, which turns to a 4-inch display when folded. The device runs Water OS, which might be a forked version of Android or a custom operating system. It comes with 6GB/8GB RAM paired with 128GB/256GB/512GB of internal storage. 

Also, the world's first flexible smartphone comes with one dual camera setup, which can be used to take both normal images and selfies. The dual camera module consists of a 16MP primary wide-angle sensor paired with a 20MP secondary telephoto sensor. 

The details of battery capacity are yet to be revealed. Conversely, the company did announce that the device uses their own Ro-Charge fast charging technology to get the device from 0 to 80 per cent within an hour.