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    TCL unveils a tri-fold smart device design concept

    This is a Z-fold design which transforms from a 6.65-inch phone into 10-inch tablet.
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    Re: TCL unveils a tri-fold smart device design concept

    It's actually bi-fold - there are only 2 folds in it. If I fold a sheet of paper in half it's not bi-fold - it simply has 1 fold.
    Also, marketeers using mAh! Precision over accuracy by an order of magnitude - 1000xm+1.
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    Re: TCL unveils a tri-fold smart device design concept

    Debatably overkill, but only until these things start getting thinner.
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    Re: TCL unveils a tri-fold smart device design concept

    One more fold is worse then ever. Twice of the possibility to break it,i guess!)

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    Re: TCL unveils a tri-fold smart device design concept

    Quote Originally Posted by Giraffe View Post
    It's actually bi-fold - there are only 2 folds in it. If I fold a sheet of paper in half it's not bi-fold - it simply has 1 fold.
    Also, marketeers using mAh! Precision over accuracy by an order of magnitude - 1000xm+1.
    Just like with wallets, they are referring to the number of sections, not the number of folds. Wallets (or doors, for example) that fold into two parts are bifold, and those that have three sections are trifold.
    Last edited by globalwarning; 10-03-2020 at 02:45 PM. Reason: (corrected parts to folds)

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