“Sony also comes with a folding phone, but lacks a second screen”

After almost all major smartphone manufacturers, Sony is also reportedly coming with a folding phone. The smartphone can be compared to Samsung’s Flip devices, but lacks a striking feature, namely a second screen.

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Sony foldable renders leaked

Perhaps Sony will also dive into the foldable smartphone market. Images of an alleged future Sony device have been shared via a South Korean forum. Just like the Motorola Razr, the smartphone folds open and closed vertically, which is also called a clamshelldesign is called.

According to the forum, this is a new model in Sony’s Xperia Compact series. The smartphone is reportedly coming with top specs and features a slanted top and bottom design. As a result, the smartphone reminds us of the first generation Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.

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It is noticeable that the smartphone on the renders has a characteristic foldablefunction is missing, namely a second screen. Almost all other folding devices have that. Notifications and widgets are shown on it or you can take a quick selfie. Instead, we only see two camera lenses on the top half of the smartphone.

It is not known what the specifications of the smartphone are. A lot of attention has probably been paid to the camera quality and speed of the device. The price of the device will also not be tender. Sony has not yet made any official statements about the release of a folding phone, so take these renders and rumors with a grain of salt.

Meer Sony-smartphones

Sony releases several smartphones every year, but the company is not super successful. With smartphones such as the recent Xperia 1V and 10V, the tech giant focuses heavily on the cameras. There are a lot of professional functions for the best pictures. Still, the smartphones are criticized for the outdated design.

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