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Lenovo Announces World’s First Foldable Laptop PC

Foldable display has been pretty much everywhere these past few months from TVs right down to tablets, it was only a matter of time before it got to Laptops and now it has. Thanks to Lenovo who just announced the very first Foldable Laptop PC, although it does look like a very big tablet, folds in half and runs the Android Operating System. Reminds you of anything? Moving forward, the Foldable Laptop PC comes with a 13.3-inch OLED display with an impressive 2k resolution. The device folds inwards on each other in order to protect the display when not in use.

Lenovo Announces World's First Foldable Laptop PC

When it is bent, the bottom half can be used as a keyboard while the top half with only half the display and has a 4:3 aspect ratio will be used as the main display. If you would like to use the whole 13.3-inch as your display then you can hook up a Bluetooth keyboard which it is said to support. It also comes with a Wacom Stylus Pen that clips to the side of the device, Apple style. At this point, nothing much is known about this device as it is still in early development and scheduled to be unveiled sometime in the first half of 2020.

Being a Laptop PC, we should be looking at an Intel processor on the inside coupled with 8GB or 12GB of RAM. It should run on the Android 9.0 Pie out of the box as that would be the latest Android Operating System by then and the Only Android operating system that will natively support the foldable display. That’s pretty much all we know at this point and we’ll have to wait till the leaks start pouring in till 2020 when we get to see it all.

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