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Futuristic TCL Fold ‘n Roll Smartphone Concept Can Be Extended Up To 10-inch Tablet

TCL just teased a futuristic, foldable concept phone that’s not just fold but also roll, hence this concept name: TCL Fold ‘n Roll. The prototype was debuted during “Display Your Greatness” press event, it incorporates TCL’s “dragonhinge” technology into an extended display panel. It means that this 6.87-inch phone expands to a 8.85-inch phablet or […]



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