Royole FlexPai 2 foldable unveiled: Improved display, flagship internals

Alonzo Simpson
March 27, 2020

Last year, at CES 2019, Royole launched FLEXPAI, the world's first foldable phone and somehow started a trend on the smartphones market, which bigger companies soon followed.

Royole organized the occasion to flaunt regarding its brand-new foldable display, as well as it genuinely is exciting.

It will also feature a new hinge system which is more robust and wearproof than the mechanics on the previous generation handset.

It also states that the new Cicada Wing display has the "smoothest folding experience in the industry", even after 200,000 bends. For the display nerds out there, at a 30-degree viewing angle, this panel is apparently rated with a JNCD (Just Noticeable Color Difference) below 0.6, along with 1.5-times better brightness decay. The Flexpai 2 will certainly likewise have LPDDR5 RAM as well as UFS 3.0 storage space, yet without pointing out ability as the phone's launch is still a while away - in Q2 2020 - as well as information could transform.

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Royole said it has found a way to optimise the crease in folding displays to all but eliminate its appearance, though it didn't demonstrate this clearly on the brief show of the FlexPai 2.

Royole hasn't revealed the full details on the new FlexPai 2 foldable phone, but we do know it will come with a large, 7.8-inch external "outie" display with a 4:3 aspect ratio.

More importantly, such partnership means Royole has finally reached the stage where it's ready to work with phone brands, which could lead to a wider variety of flexible phones in the near future. There's also a set of quad cameras along with stereo speakers, which is what you'd expect on a flagship phone these days.

The new hinge on the Royole FlexPai 2.

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