Worlds First Folding Phone Teardown! - Royole Flexpai

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Shared August 29, 2019

SimpliSafe is award-winning home security that keeps your home safe around the clock. It’s really reliable, easy to use, and there are no contracts. Check out SimpliSafe here: We already found out that a folding phone can indeed bend both directions. The Royole Flexpie is the worlds first folding smartphone that you can actually buy. Yeah Samsung tried to release their Galaxy Fold first... but it had some major durability issues. Today we are going to take apart and disassemble the Flexpie, and see how that flexible screen holds everything together.

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