Sony is said to be developing a foldable device with a prototype using LG Display, equipped with a 10x zoom camera and a 3,220 mAh battery.
According to PhoneArena, the smartphone prototype Sony developed with the mid-range Snapdragon 7250 chip is being used on the prototype, although the final version can use the Snapdragon 855 chip in combination with the Snapdragon X50 5G modem when it arrives. consumers.
Unlike Galaxy Fold or Mate X, Sony’s foldable smartphone will use the Nautilus design. This means it can use the retractable roll-out element similar to what Samsung included in illustrating a recent patent.
In 2016, Samsung also brought a prototype of a rollable OLED screen. Patents are mentioned using rails to help users extend smartphone screens by pulling both sides of the device. This will turn a smartphone into a tablet. But any foldable phone can deal with debris and dust. That’s what Samsung has encountered with the Galaxy Fold, causing product delays.
If nothing goes wrong, the report says that Sony’s folding smartphone could be available by the end of December or early next year. This is worth considering as Sony plans to halve the number of its top mobile staff next year. That’s why the company has named its flagship smartphone this year as Xperia 1 as the mark for the start with a more cinematic friendly 21: 9 aspect ratio.
Producing a foldable device may seem strange to a company that is pulling out of the mobile division now, but this is really the business that Sony wants to succeed. Basically, if all goes well, the company can make a mark for itself.
* Source: Youth