Screenshot from the leaked video of an alleged foldable screen smartphone by Xiaomi.What To Expect From Xiaomi's Foldable Screen Smartphone? In fact, the status bar icon at the bottom of the screen together with the lock screen shortcuts happens to be the biggest give-away of that.
The device will use the company's new Infinity Flex Display and be available next year. Looks like other OEMs are following Samsung's footsteps, one of them is said to be Xiaomi. Flexpai was a 7.8-inch hybrid device and had the ability to fold by 180 degrees and transform from a tablet into a phone. On the software side, the device appears to be running Android, with the OS looking a lot like MIUI.
Xiaomi may also be looking forward to joining the league in this season. Based on the tweet, Evan has noted that the device is allegedly manufactured by Xiaomi.
Finally, Xiaomi isn't afraid to work on weird "concept" phones as it showed with its bezels Xiaomi Mi Mix phone. Samsung and Huawei have already committed to releasing their foldable screen smartphones this year, and it is being reported that LG, Motorola, and Xiaomi will release similar devices in 2019.
Samsung's first foldable phone will burn a hole in your wallet if reports of its price prove accurate.
For now, the clip prompts more questions than it answers. For example, it doesn't show where the camera is or if the device can be folded backward. Popular leakster Evan Blass took to Twitter on Thursday to post a video of a foldable phone that he says could have been made by Xiaomi.
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