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After the Royale FlexPai was unveiled last October, it was expected that the big boys would start dominating the foldable phone category. But days before it was to launch the Galaxy Fold, Samsung delayed the release due to a number of issues with the $1,980 device. And depending on your definition of summer, Huawei has also delayed the release of its foldable Mate X by three months. Samsung has apparently made the necssary repairs to the Galaxy Fold, but we can understand why it is not rushing it out right now. Samsung Electronics chief D.J. Koh admitted last week that Sammy had rushed to get its foldable out the first time, and it doesn't want to repeat the same mistake twice.



While other phone manufacturers developing their own foldables are watching Samsung and Huawei intently, a tweet from a tipster (via MSPoweruser) with the handle of Max J. says that Sony is also working on its own foldable device. According to the tweet, prototypes being built by the company are equipped with an LG Display, a camera with a 10x Zoom capability, and a 3220mAh battery. The latter seems a bit on the light side, but again, Sony is working on prototypes at the moment. For example, the mid-range Snapdragon 7250 SoC is being used on the test models although the foldable is expected to sport the Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform and the Snapdragon X50 5G modem by the time it is ready to go on sale to consumers. Yes, Sony's foldable will support 5G connectivity.



 

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