Hands on with the first bendy phone – BBC News
Hands on with the first bendy phone – BBC News I got chance to use the world’s first flexible small photo folds out into a tablet, as well as the secret of its culture flexispy, and it’s been 5 years in production from a company called royal. Well, it’s quite heavy, if I’m being honest with you and it feels a little bit bulky put it in your pocket putting anywhere. Basically it’s a little bit more about here then passed a normal regular, but just like something new Manslick, you want to play with it. All the time flip it over and that’s, okay, because the OS that runs on top of the Android system that uses they called it cricket ground and use it the other way. The screen flips with you takes a little bit of time to resolve when those changing a screen between the tablet on the phone. When you fold it, I wonder how many times you can actually afford that screen before it breaks. They say they done the Brazilian testing. We’Re talking about tens of thousands of times that you can do it, that’s what they say we’ll have to see if that works in practice. At the moment, the Browns and the existing apps that it comes with Android all on it and they do what, with the flexibility of that screen but specific apps that use that feature. Well, that’s been on the ground, I didn’t see anyone shown it any and that’s why it develop his model is out. Am I meant to encourage people to start programming for this unique aspects of the device? Royole is heading to the CES tech trade show in Las Vegas to show off the world’s first commercially available flexible phone.
A “developer’s version” of the handset was put on sale late last year, beating more established device-makers to the punch.
BBC Click’s Dan Simmons tried the device and shared his thoughts.
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