Folding phones are probably the most popular new design for smart phones in the next few years. Almost all major manufacturers you have heard of have announced plans for folding phones. TCL’s Project Chicago is the latest design for folding phones, but The launch of this mobile phone has been postponed indefinitely for reasons everyone is familiar with.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 The folding machine has been pushed to the price of early 30,000. TCL Project Chicago, which also uses the shell folding design, was originally expected to target a lower price band of 700 to 900 US dollars, which is equivalent to about 20,000 to 25,000 Taiwan dollars, but now because of COVID- 19 And the global shortage of chips, coupled with rising costs, did not meet TCL’s strategy of cutting into a lower price range, and decided to postpone the launch of this mobile phone indefinitely.
▲ YouTuber Micheal Fisher showed the actual machine of TCL Project Chicago on the channel
TCL Project Chicago uses a Qualcomm S765G processor with a 6+128GB capacity. It is equipped with a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen with a hole to accommodate a 44MP front camera. The main camera uses a 48MP IMX582 sensor, supports OIS, and is equipped with a 16MP ultra-wide-angle camera. It uses a 3,545mAh battery and supports QC3.0 fast charging. The body is made of plastic and aluminum frame, but the weight still reaches 205g.
Reference source:Android Police