The device is similar to one of the first Chinese smartphones with a flexible screen — Royole FlexPai.
Roberto Escobar, the brother of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, has released a Fold 1 smartphone with a flexible screen. It can be purchased on the company’s website for $350.
The Fold 1 case is made of plastic, but will be covered with a thin layer of metal. The smartphone received an AMOLED display with a diagonal of 7.8 inches, a dual camera (16 and 20 megapixels), 6 gigabytes of RAM, 128 gigabytes of internal memory and a Snapdragon 8150 processor. It will run on the Android platform. The battery capacity is 4000 mAh.
Escobar said it had released a smartphone to ‘beat Apple’. According to him, the device is more reliable than the Samsung Galaxy Fold and has a high degree of security. Fold 1 is supposedly more difficult to scan via Bluetooth. Journalists Gizmodo noted the great similarity of the novelty with Royole FlexPai, which was shown back in January.
In October, Roberto Escobar seized ownership of the PabloEscobar.com domain. After that, the CEO of Escobar Inc. Olaf Gustafson noted that the company is creating a large technology company with a starting capitalization of $50 million. According to Gustafson, it supposedly can become larger than Apple