Published: Tue, July 09, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Sony will reportedly launch a rollable tablet by early 2020

Sony will reportedly launch a rollable tablet by early 2020

One may think according to now, there are no foldable cell phones accessible for end-clients to use as organizations are confronting a hard time making them strong and after Samsungs' issue foldable cell phone require all the more fixing and testing.

Tipster Max J from AllAboutSamsung reports that Sony is working on a Prototype phone with a rollable display which it calls Nautilus Design. The prototype of this phone has been reported. Presently, the device is running a Snapdragon 7-series SoC by the codename SD7250, although it is expected that the final version will house the Snapdragon 855 flagship SoC coupled with the Snapdragon X50 5G modem. It's also said to have a 3,230mAh battery and a 10x zoom camera, all of which suggests a high-end and very expensive device, one that's supposedly set to launch in either December this year or early 2020. The other interesting bit is the inclusion of a 10x zoom camera which will be a first for Sony. It also has 5G network support.

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As per the tweet, the current model is said to function on a 3220mAh battery, and will have a "Nautilus design". The display screen is going to be supplied by LG, who have earlier rolled out a TV with a roll-up display called the OLED TV R earlier this year.

In the news that the likes of LG and Samsung are apparently busy creating rollable smartphones of their own, and this new rumor a few Sony device starts to sound much more credible. The smartphone is equipped with 512 GB of internal memory. which can be extended via microSD card.

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