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Google Pixel 4 hands-on: Picture perfect in nearly every way

Eric Zeman October 15, 2019 714 shares
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Behind the scenes: Google’s Pixel cameras aren’t trying to be cameras at all

David Imel October 15, 2019 824 shares
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Google Pixel Buds 2 hands-on: The best earbuds I’ve not listened to

Kris Carlon October 15, 2019 258 shares
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Google Pixelbook Go hands-on: The expensive Chromebook gets cheaper

Kris Carlon October 15, 2019 63 shares
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Foldable phones with flexible displays – Here are the ones we know about so far

We look at all of the announced, and even some of the rumored, foldable phones with flexible displays.
John CallahamOctober 13, 2019236 shares
 

When will folding phones become actually affordable?

The foldable smartphone market is hot. It's also expensive. Why? Let's talk yield, production, exclusivity, overblown specs, and then predict the future.
Tristan RaynerMarch 16, 20192776 shares
 

Royole, company with first foldable phone, looking for $1bn in fundraising

If Royole can raise that much cash, it could become a sizable threat to Samsung and Huawei.
C. Scott BrownMarch 15, 2019236 shares
 

Royole FlexPai – everything you need to know about the first foldable phone

What will be the first foldable phone released to the public? It might be the Royole FlexPai. Here's everything you need to know about this device.
John CallahamMarch 12, 201956 shares
 

Why Royole is the company to watch in 2019

The Royole FlexPai isn't just the world's first real flexible smartphone, its the harbinger of a flexible future across all our devices.
Team AAJanuary 7, 2019285 shares
 

This week in Android: It’s all about the foldables

This week we got our first look at Samsung and Royole's foldable phones, reviewed the OnePlus 6T, and more!
Adam DoudNovember 11, 2018171 shares
 

Hands-on with the world’s first foldable smartphone (Video)

We recently went hands-on with the Royole FlexPai, the world's first foldable smartphone. Here are our thoughts.
Bailey SteinNovember 6, 2018688 shares
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