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How do foldable phones work?

Asked by M. Wright, Last updated: Jan 16, 2020

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A.Amelia

A.Amelia

Answered Jan 16, 2020

History always finds a way to repeat itself. Foldable phones have been around for years. Instead, they were regarded as flip phones and would fold down when not in use. Now, modern foldable phones have two screens and fold in half like a book. These phones are becoming popular because they allow people to multitask with having two screens.

They include an OLED display that is flexible and can be folded. When one unfolds the phone, the phone will power on again. When unfolded, one can use the two screens to do two different things, like check email or stream a movie.

 

B. Lucian

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Answered Dec 10, 2019

One of the things that have started to become popular again is the foldable phone. There was a time when people thought that it would never go back. People love their screens big, and they want to make sure that they can view their icons and games properly.

What makes the new foldable phone different is it comes with a flexible OLED display that can be folded and will power up again the moment that you unfold your phone. There is a problem though with this foldable phone. The screen is made out of plastic because glass just cannot be folded. This might make a difference with the resolution of the screen as compared to your typical non-foldable phone.

 

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