Nearly everyone is doing it, including OPPO and Xiaomi and even Microsoft. In other words, Nautilus design allows users to roll the screen as opposed to the other brands, which offer flexible displays that can only be folded.
Foldable is the buzzword in the tech world in 2019 but what if we tell you there'll soon be a rollable phone as well. It's not in the red but its mobile business has seen better days.
Sony has been exploring the roll-up smartphone design for some time now, but it isn't the only company to be doing so.
Afghan talks: Rival sides agree on 'road map for peace'
The intra-Afghan delegation also included opposition politicians, women, and members of Afghan nongovernmental organizations. He said the Taliban "must understand that targeting civilians and children" should give them no place at peace talks.
CannTrust runs afoul of Health Canada; shares plunge in Toronto
New factors emerge from time to time, and it is not possible for CannTrust to predict all such factors. Additionally, CannTrust announced it will face a shortage of product due to the holds on product grown.
New Pixel 4 XL Render Reveals Triple Rear, Dual Front Cameras
The image shared by Google showed similar square camera bump with exact placements of the camera modules and LED flashlight. While the Pixel 3 XL offered front-firing speakers, it's expected that the Pixel 4 XL will have downward-firing speakers.
Both the Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X cost a fortune and a half, and given the high end features that Sony's rollable display smartphone seems to flaunt, it won't be a surprise if the phone will come at similar prices.
As the reputable leaker Max J revealed on twitter that Sony is working on a challenger to the Galaxy Fold and Mate X, he also gave a hint about the features we can expect. He has now leaked many vital elements of the new device from Sony, which is a bit surprising, but might still be reliable given his track record with Samsung. Apart from that, it is expected that the device will come with a Snapdragon 855 chipset, a camera with 10X optical zoom and a 3,220 mAh battery. If things run as scheduled, the Sony foldable smartphone could be unveiled in December or early 2020, not too far from the launch dates of the foldables from Samsung and Huawei. If it manages to do so, it will be nothing short of a miracle that could Sony back in the news, even if for a short while.