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TECNOLOGIA: 2019 – O ano do telemóvel dobrável (1) infographic
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Todos os telemóveis dobráveis a surgir em 2019

03/01/2019
Graphic News

February 28, 2019 -- A Samsung ocupou o palco do Congresso Mundial Móvel com o Galaxy
Fold, mas não será o único smartphone dobrável – estão a caminho
vários outros dispositivos dobráveis usando mecanismos alternativos.

At long last it would seem that 2019 is finally going to be the year of the foldable smartphone. After years of rumours and leaks, Samsung and Huawei have galloped out the gates with two devices featuring two quite different folding mechanisms, but which do the same task – transform a phone into a tablet.

They are not the only firms in on the act however, with ZTE, Oppo, LG, Royole (theirs actually came out last year), Xiaomi and Motorola all bringing foldable devices to market in 2019 – the latter having a different take on the technology by rejuvenating the Razr brand to create a folding-screen flip-phone.

It’s early days for the technology and prices are high, but exciting times lie ahead for smartphone users.


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