GraalPhone is a 4-in-1 portable device mixing Windows 10 and Android
A French company that goes by the name of GraalPhone has released a device with the same name. We can say the new device is quite strange, but at the same time, will surely attract many consumers. During CES 2017, the company revealed the GraalPhone, a combination tablet, smartphone and a laptop, sporting an awesome camera with optical zoom.
The GraalPhone comes with a 5-inch Android smartphone, but its specifications have not been revealed by the company. However, according to reports, the manufacturer plans to equip it with a Qualcomm processor (most likely Snapdragon 835), 256GB internal storage and 8GB of RAM.
The abovementioned specifications will surely make high-endh end smartphone, but at the same time, the company wants the hardware to be powerful enough to convert this smartphone to a laptop, tablet or even a camera. When you insert the device into its case, you will have a 7-inch tablet that runs on Android OS and offers a pen. To make things even better, you can slide the screen and convert the device into a laptop that has a full keyboard and that runs Windows 10 OS. But this isn’t all, because the GraalPhone can also be used a camera phone and thanks to the 5x optical zoom, you will be able to take outstanding pictures.
We should mention that the specifications that we’ve listed above are not final yet, as the company claims that the end product will be thinner than it is currently. Below, you can take a look at how the GraalPhone looks now and check out its 4-in-1 features:
What do you think about this revolutionary phone whose price hasn’t been revealed yet? How much do you think it will cost?
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