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Royole looks to move flexible displays beyond the foldable phone

If nothing else, Royole grabbed our courtesy a couple of years back by bringing the first foldable smartphone to market. There’s something to be said for being first, I presume. It parent the specific characteristics of a largely unknown name in amongst the tech press, even if it didn’t precisely kickstart a form-factor revolution. Among interesting thing, the FlexPai seemed firmly stuck in the prototype stagecoach, to be perfectly honest.

RoTree, manufactured by Royole, consists of 500 components of amply adaptable screens. As light-headed and thin as real tree leaves, RoTree offers more than that- people can change likeness or videos on the buds! The tree is “planted” at Shenzhen Bao’An Int’l Airport as new airfield landmark! pic.twitter.com /8 J7HNH9ONF

— Royole Corporation (@ RoyoleOfficial) June 28, 2019

But, okay, penalty. Royole, you’ve came our tending. I’ve seen your foldable telephone tree firsthand at the Shenzhen airport. So, what do have for us now? More interesting stuff, surely. The fellowship was showcasing a duo of brand-new designs at Ces this week, all apparently crowding a similar gathering as the FlexPai: expressing the potential for flexible expose engineering. That, in fact, seems to be Royole’s primary M.O.

A closer look at Royole’s foldable display

Leading the bunch is the Mirage Smart Speaker. It’s mostly an Amazon echo with an eight-inch flexible AMOLED wrap around the body. So, a adaptable showing that can’t be actively flexed by the user — though candidly, the act of flexing it tends to be where we start running into trouble. Instead, it offers a wraparound visual, so, like a built-in Winamp visualizer on your design. Kind of entertaining.

There’s also a camera built-in, which, I don’t know. Maybe smart orators don’t need cameras? Maybe that’s time me?

There’s a new copy of the company’s RoWrite, which is basically a standard pad of paper with sensors embedded that let you digitize your writing and drawing. The idea is to give the feel of article with the benefits of digital. The brand-new RoWrite is significantly smaller and lighter, with better battery.

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