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Xiaomi's Double-Folding Smartphone Prototype Showcased

Xiaomi's Double-Folding Smartphone Prototype Showcased

Xiaomi has shared one more video of its example collapsible smartphone.

The company has not unconcealed any specifics regarding the phone; but, the video will make sure that the corporate is serious regarding collapsible phone ambitions and is constant to figure on the same.



First showcased in Gregorian calendar month this year, Xiaomi's foldable phone prototype sports a double-folding design, unlike other foldable phones that have been showcased until now.

It is unclear whether or not Xiaomi is any nearer to the official launch of the collapsible smartphone.

Posted on the official Weibo account of Xiaomi (re-uploaded on YouTube), the video of the company's foldable phone prototype doesn't reveal anything new and just shows a person using the phone in portrait mode in an unfolded state. The person then changes the orientation and folds the phone from both sides before placing it on a box of noodles.

The computer code lag in dynamic screen orientation likewise as turning the UI from pill mode to phone mode is clearly visible and Xiaomi can ought to fix that before bringing the phone to the market.

Apart from Xiaomi, many alternative smartphone manufacturers, as well as Samsung, Huawei, and Motorola also are functioning on collapsable smartphones.

In fact, Samsung and Huawei unveiled their individual initial collapsible phones at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold sports AN in-folding style, whereas Huawei's Mate X comes with an out-folding design.

Xiaomi looks to be going its own means with the double-folding style.
These are not solely form-factors that have piqued the interest of the smartphone makers.

Motorola confirmed it's functioning on a collapsible phone, thought to be a Razr refresh that will use a vertical folding design to keep the form factor similar to the original flip phone.

The Motorola collapsible smartphone also will reportedly house a secondary screen that may be visible once the phone is closed.

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