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OPPO X 2021 First Rollable Phone Review - SohoHSell

 


 OPPO X 2021First Rollable Phone

 Hello ladies and gentlemen, I’m Sami!

Today we are going to take a look at the world’s
first rollable concept phone: Oppo X 2021. In this post, I’ll explain how this thing
rolls and what’s the possible future we can see from it, hope you will like this post as probably this is the first real English With that being said, please hit that subscribe
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Alright, so this is the OPPO X 2021 rollable
phone, it may look just like another normal phone at first glance, but once you slide
up around the fingerprint area, the screen extends! Just like a scroll painting, the phone slowly
transforms from a regular 6.7-inch size to a tablet-like 7.4-inch size, When you slide down, it then retracts! isn’t that amazing?

 


OPPO X 2021 Review

And the software interface adapts accordingly
for optimal experience.How “optimal”? Now you can comfortably perform multi-tasks
with the extended screen.Like you can view a detailed tweet from the
right column while at the same time scroll down all the tweets from the left column like
the video shows. It’s even better if you view those e-commerce
sites like Amazon or my sponsor Geekbuying.com. Not only that, it offers a better video viewing
experience, like when you put to landscape mode, 

the video size will be adjusted automatically
without being interrupted, it’s seamless! Even in vertical mode, the ratio resizes perfectly. Oppo added that the user can freely customize the screen size, so you’re not just limited to either 6.7 inches or 7.4 inches.Hence the “continuously variable” label.So how Oppo X 2021 rolls?

Simply put, the phone is essentially a motorized
scroll, with a large part of the OLED panel laminated onto a “Warp Track” for improved
strength, as it goes around a “Roll Motor” (with a 6.8mm scroll diameter) on the left to tuck itself into a hidden compartment.

 


OPPO X 2021

The phone itself consists of a “2-in-1 Plate”
body construction: these two parts roll out simultaneously and evenly for better structural
support.And with this design, the OPPO X 2021 achieves
an almost zero-crease result! Now you may wonder what’s the possible future
from this rollable technology. Well, with this horizontal retractable mechanical
structure, the phone will have a less compact internal structural space, so for example,


the current lens modules can be switched to retractable lenses, thus achieve longer focal
lengths, and take better photos and videos.The other is the speaker, the sound cavity
can be made bigger and provide a better punchy bass those. The official OPPO staff told us that this
"retractable" mechanism design even provides more possibilities for batteries and phone
antennas. Let’s see!

 


OPPO X 2021

So, are you excited about this phone? Just know that this is a concept phone, so we may never see an official release. Even still there are some obvious questions
we still want to look at here like thickness, the front camera and durability of the phone. But let's still respect the spirit, and the courage that OPPO has presented to us today. Never settle! Oops, that’s OnePlus’s slogan. Anyway, you get what I mean. I'm Sami, see you in the next one,

Bye-bye.


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