Rabindra Dhungel, 23 september 2020. Royal, the world’s first foldable phone maker, has unveiled its new foldable smartphone, the Royal Flexpy Two. This phone is the successor smartphone of Flexpy which was made public in 2018. Founded in 2012, this is Royal’s second foldable smartphone.
Which the company made public on Tuesday from China. The price of this phone is 9988 yuan (about one lakh 73 thousand rupees). Which is about 40 percent cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Tuco. Pre-booking for this phone has recently started in China.
This phone has a much improved specification compared to its predecessor. It uses a third generation Cicada wing flexible OLED display. Which will come with a stepless three s. It can be folded in the gap of the phone (leaving no space in the middle). When the phone is fully folded, its thickness is 40 percent thinner than the previous phone.
Coming with a 7.8 inch unfold display, this phone is the largest foldable smartphone ever. Its resolution is 1920 by 1440 pixels. When folded, the phone has a primary display of 5.5 inches and a secondary display of 5.4 inches.
This phone uses Snapdragon 865 chipset. It comes with 8 and 12 GB RAM and 256 and 512 GB internal storage. The phone with dual SIM card slot also has FiveG connectivity mode. This phone runs on Android Ten operating system.
The phone has a quad camera setup and its primary camera is 64 megapixels. Apart from this, three other sensors of 16 plus 8 plus 32 megapixels are also kept. The phone is available in three color variants namely Sunrise Gold, Midnight Black and Cosmic Gray. This phone has a battery of 4450 mAh.