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Sony is about to have roll screen smartphones like science fiction movies

After the Royale FlexPai was announced in October last year, the world's largest smartphone companies began to speed up their introduction of their first prototypes, the two most notable names being Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate. X. Seems like Sony also has ambition like Huawei and Samsung.

An account called Max J. posted a tweet saying that Sony is also working on a foldable device. According to tweet, the prototype is being manufactured by LG company with LG screen, the camera has 10x Zoom capability and 3220mAh battery. Sony also used the mid-range Snapdragon 7250 on the trial version and replaced it with SD855 and Snapdragon X50 5G modem when marketed.

Unlike Galaxy Fold or Mate X, tweet says that Sony folds up using Nautilus design (ie scrolling mechanism). This design is quite similar to a recent Samsung patent. In 2016, Samsung also demonstrated a rollable OLED screen. This design will easily turn a phone into a tablet. If there were no failures, the Sony phone in question could be released in late December 2019 or early next year.

Video shows Samsung's rolled-up screen, it seems Sony is also based on this principle.

Going back to Sony's current situation, the mobile business is no longer profitable or even at a loss. Sony has no place to stand on the high-end segment, it has no impact on the market. The production of a folded or rolled up smartphone seems a bit overwhelming to the current situation. But if this information is accurate, Sony is actually trying to once again make a mark on the market and seek success.

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