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6 Best Foldable Phones to Look out – 2020

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Wanna know the best foldable phones right now? yeah! you are definitely on the right page.  As smartphone tech seek new solutions to accommodate bigger and better screens, the Foldable phone became an inevitable answers. They were nemerous hurdles but the Foldable Phones did make it to the market late 2019, and they have done surprisingly well. Samsung has managed to retail more than 400,000 unit of fold in spite of the exorbitant price and Huawei is reporting great numbers for its Mate X in China.

So am gonna show you 6 Foldable Phones that can be folded.


Samsung Galaxy fold is the only foldable phone you can buy in India, except that it keeps running out of stock the handset has 7.3 QXGA+ (1,536 x 2,152) Dynamic allowed display with an aspect ratio of 4.2:3. The display is called ‘Infinity Flex Display fold’ in half and you’ve got a 4.58-inch phone on the surface. Turn on the screen you will be greeted by the oneUI based on Android 9.0 pie with tailored software tweaks. checkout the Top 5 Most Powerful Smartphones – 2020.

The phone ships with Qualcomm snapdragon 855 SoC paired with 12GB of RAM and 512GB storage. The Galaxy Fold includes two battery with 2,190mAh capacity each, 4,380mAh in total and they work in tandem. The phone also comes with 6 cameras

Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G - Full Specification, price, review, compare 


Riding high on the Galaxy fold success, Samsung will soon launch it’s second foldable phone, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip that will sport a moto razr like design. Price of Samsung Galaxy S9 in Nigeria (July, 2021). The Galaxy Z Flip which was later referred to as “Bloom”, will be officially presented on February 11, India.

Going by credibles rumors, the Galaxy Z Flip, allegedly has a 3,300mAh battery with 15W charging and is quite petite once folded. Since this is a second – generation foldable phone. We are guessing it will be relatively affordable. Hands on: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip review | TechRadar

3. MOTO RAZR 2019

The RAZR is a legendary smartphone from the good OG days. The new RAZR has a 6.2 vertical flip – view display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. At the top of this screen lies a notch where the phone 5MP snapper resides. At the back there’s a primary 16 – megapixel rare shooter , which also substitute the selfie action while the phone’s in the folded form. This one comes with Night – mode and AI enhancement.

The 2.7 inch cover display in the Razr’s folded state is called a”Quick – View Display”. It’s used for peeking notification, sending preset quick replies, control music playback, e.t.c. Motorola Razr 2019: The remake of Moto's iconic flip phone is ... 


Huwaei will also soon launch its second foldable phone, the Mate Xs, which will be smaller and improved version of the Mate X. The Mate Xs is likely to have an improved hinge and a stronger foldable display. It’s also expected to be more affordable than the Mate X. Huawei Mate Xs – New foldable Phone Unveiled | Deythere 


While the world was waiting for Samsung and other big shots to launch a folding smartphone, Royole Flexpai was revealed. The tech community, however, was not impressed by the rushed up barebone device.

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TCL showcased his trifold foldable concept. It principally is a 6.65 – inch phone that unfolds into a full size, 10 – inch ‘tablet’. Yeah a full – flsdged tablet, not a broader phone. This transition takes 3x unfolding. It employs the brand ‘dragon – Hinge hinge. The display are lit by three batteries. It might be A.T.M. experimental in the truest sense due to chunky profile in the folded State and an absent software solution. Still and all, it’s interesting and since it has reached thus far, it can feasible in the future. This new foldable phone design makes the Galaxy Fold look ...

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