While Samsung is all set to launch its first ever "foldable" smartphone in the next few months, it's Chinese arch-rival Huawei too is readying a similar device as a competition. Blass says he was told that Xiaomi made the device, presumably from the same individual who sent the video, but even he sounds very skeptical. The hands-on video shows that the device can be folded on the left and right side to be able to use it as a phone, and opening the sides will turn the device into a tablet. Call them anything. With display sizes on smartphones increasing by the day, foldable smartphones seem to be the way forward with Samsung said to pave the way with their speculated "F" series, a glimpse of which we saw a year ago at the Samsung Developer Conference.
Could the foldable mobile seen here be the rumored mystery product that Google is supposedly working with Xiaomi? A new leaked video claims to show a folding smartphone that Xiaomi is working on.
As of now, there is no information on the actual tech specifications of the alleged foldable Xiaomi tablet, and the company is most likely to showcase the device at MWC 2019.
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The UI on the device keeps adapting when it is folded and switches automatically from tablet UI to phone UI after folding and the bottom bar gets narrower. Reputable technology leaker, Evan Blass has shared a video of what is believed to be a three panel folding device. The video, which was posted on Twitter, shows a phone with a Mi App Store, as well as the standard wallpaper from the company's operating system MIUI 10.
Next thing is that the device is folded from the left-hand side, turning it into a smartphone with curved edges on both sides.