A complicated telephone fever is an epidemic that has infiltrated through the mobile phone exhibition in Barcelona. Last week, Samsung had the moment when the microphone dropped when it launched the Galaxy Fold. On Sunday, Huawei had the moment to "hold my beer," announcing Mate X. And not to be surpassed, the TCL company that manufactures phones called Alcatel and BlackBerry, teased several sophisticated phone concepts that aimed to be more affordable.
Comparing Samsung's folding phones with TCL prototypes showed that there is one big difference: the Galaxy Fold is a genuine device that will launch on April 26, while all TCL phones are concepts that may or may not lead to  Fold galaxy heard around the world
As far as we know about the Galaxy Fold, Samsung did not let reporters spend time with a device that always raises the flag. But the overwhelming noise surrounding the galaxy folds deserves our attention. CNET Reviewer Jessica Dolcourt describes him as. He has a sophisticated book design with a narrow 4.6-inch lid display and a 7.3-inch tablet. the screen from the inside. The Galaxy Fold has six cameras: three on the back, two inside and one on the lid. The cameras are said to have similar specifications with those found on the new Galaxy S10.
Galaxy Fold will be sold with AT & T and T-Mobile starting April 26 for $ 1,980, which turns into about $ 1,500 or $ 2,800. Is there a phone to the phone before his deception, nobody sees.
Galaxy Fold specification
|Display size, resolution||4.6-inch Super AMOLED; 7.3-inch QXGA + Dynamic AMOLED|
|Mobile software||Android 9.0 with Samsung One UI|
|Cameras||16-megapixel (ultra-wide-angle), 12-megapixel (wide-angle), 12-megapixel (telephoto)|
|Frontal cameras||Two 10-megapixel, 8-megapixel 3D depth|
|Processor||Okta-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855|
|fingerprint sensor||The right side of the phone|
|Features||Complex display, wireless charging, fast charge|
|Out of Contract Price (USD)||$ 1,980|
TCL shows sophisticated concepts that can become real phones … or not
TCL's Chinese company will not produce a genuine compliant device by 2020, but the company showed some interesting concepts. TCL did not give journalists time with their devices, kept them behind the glass and did not recommend taking any photos or videos of them – many red flags here. But to be fair to TCL, these were just prototypes that may or may not lead to a real device.
Interesting is how TCL plays with complex form factors. In one concept, it has a similar approach to the Galaxy Fold, but rejects the second screen in the case for LED lights. In the configuration shown, TCL uses these lights to display the time. Another interesting feature is the inclusion of magnetic ends in order for the device to be securely closed.
Then there is a concept that turns a phone into a clock. The prototype shows the "Dragon hinge" of TCL, which seems to resemble bracelets from the '90s.
Another prototype shows a tall, narrow phone that is composed, but not half. Instead, it stays asymmetric, leaving a small strip of display that is subject to viewing data and content. When it is closed, the phone is not even and looks like a convex banknote full of money.
TCL said it hopes to release a sophisticated phone next year, which costs 30 percent less than Samsung's Galaxy Fold.