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Foldable smartphone, novelty?

12 Mar

The Mobile World Congress fair held last week in February in Barcelona brought the folding screens as a novelty, foldable in half only, and whose novelty is to improve the user experience, both joining the two halves, as separating the application and the set of them in two screens, creating a new, now active “window” experiencie, now in two screens.
The Huawei Mate X comes and soon Samsung will launch the Galaxy Fold (April 26), both foldable but without fit in the pocket.
It cost billions of euros development, the appeal is not that great and the price may be prohibitive at least in the first instance for the descent middle class pockets.
The options that are likely to attract the markets are the Xiaomi Mi 9 Launches and Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, which tend to perform most of the scenarios in use, but with applications that make it easier to use games and Google Play Store faster, and has built-in artificial intelligence capabilities that help improve photos and security.
The Galaxy S10 brings a special 12 MP sensor with wide-angle lens and a 12-megapixel lens with a telephoto lens giving a 2x optical zoom, and the third with a lens of 123º of opening.
The launches bring the most modern chips on the market, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855, although in Brazil for cost reasons, at least the Korean, will leave with the Exynos 8920.
The US sale price is $ 999.99 (about 4 thousand reals in Brazil), while the Xiaomi Mi 9 about 450 euros, something around 2 thousand reais, that is, half.
In Europe are available versions with memory of 6, 64 or 128 GB, the folding for now only ads at prohibitive prices: 2 thousand euros, or 8 thousand reais, I think that some manufacturers that will launch with two screens will do well, the experience is almost the same.
The video below gives a sample of Huawei’s Mate X:

 

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