Anyone knows whether this device can read and send other languages message s
FreezeGame, 22 Sep 2020This is a bargain bin device at a premium price. 🤮 No thanks.In the case of a foldin' phone, it's very cheap and you just don't know anythin' about phones.
Rdmkr, 23 Sep 2020$1470 in China means +/- $1850 outside China, so hardly any cheaper than the competition.I don't think there're so many tariffs...
Contrary to criticisms on this model, I find this has piqued my interest. People criticize this for have the display exposed on both sides, yet all the slab phones are entirely exposed as well. No one has used this for trial to confirm whether it scratches easily or prone to crack if dropped no more than your iphone. I suspect it's more crack resistant due to a plasticky display. Would be nice if any actual user can give feedback on how well the device is.
$1470 in China means +/- $1850 outside China, so hardly any cheaper than the competition.
Still its damn expensive.
By the way as long as the screen will have zero durability noone is interested to buy.
MrPing, 23 Sep 2020Royole released its first folding phone before Samsung does.The original Flexpai is a terrible device that was thrown together very quickly just to claim world's first. Royole's third-rate offering was laughed at globally as it is one of the worst devices released in mobile history. Such an embarrassing epic fail from the copycat company!
While it may not be able to claim first, the world knows that Samsung brought the best foldable smartphone to the retail market. Despite the original Fold's mishaps, Samsung was able to address the issues and still make it a success.
The Galaxy Z Fold2 improves on everything and is triumphant across the board. Non-sponsored, independent reviews from well respected consumers have demonstrated this on camera.
Fun fact: Back when Samsung announced YOUM in 2012, Royole was just being founded. 🤣
I prefer mate xs but I can't afford it and has no Google services.
annoying customer, 22 Sep 2020Samsung first fold phone not this companyRoyole released its first folding phone before Samsung does.
the way it folds the screen is always exposed to damage versus how samsung folds it protects the screen, unless they make this fold the other way as well so the hard shell/glass is on the outside when folded, it will just be another dud
Another worthless device of source of origin. Think the world knows you copied enough IP that you have no problem creating a capable hardware. Software on the other hand....
This is a bargain bin device at a premium price. 🤮
armak, 22 Sep 2020can't beleive they still exist after the first atrocity Royole is a flexible panel maker. Phone is side business