The Cheapest Foldable Mobile Phone in the world called Escobar Fold 1.

Compared to Samsung and Huawei, the Cheapest Foldable mobile phone Introduced. Generally, the most advanced foldable smartphones are accessible to very few people in terms of price.

As for the recently launched Motorola Razr Foldable smartphone, the price is set at $1500. While the Samsung Galaxy Foldable mobile phone came to the market at $1980. The most expensive folding phone Huawei Mate X was offered for sale for $2400. Now the brother of Colombian drug mafia Crown King introduces the cheapest foldable mobile phone to compete with Samsung, Huawei, and Motorola.

Roberto de Jesús Escobar Gaviria has introduced this folding smartphone to defeat Apple and other famous mobile phone companies. The name of this Cheapest Foldable Mobile Phone is “Escobar Fold 1”. Priced at only $350 and will be usable anywhere in the world.

Features of the Cheapest Foldable Mobile Phone:

The phone has a 7.8-inch flexible AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920×1444 and Android Pie 9.0, according to the Escobar Fold 1 mobile phone’s website and in the video above. While this phone is equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 series chipset with two 16 and 20-megapixel cameras.

Now you might even get the idea why this folding smartphone is so cheap? Are things used in this mobile that will soon be corrupted? But I also answer your thoughts.

Olof Kyros Gustafsson, head of the Escobar Inc company, told popular technology site Cnet by email. That they will directly benefit consumers by eliminating all profits from retailers and wholesalers.

Olof Kyros Gustafsson said, that

The Cheapest Foldable Mobile Phone “Escobar Fold 1” features American innovation far ahead of Apple and Samsung.

And we’ll be launching more latest devices soon and defeating American company Apple.

He further added that the smartphone with 128 GB memory of Dual sim “Escobar Fold 1” has been priced at $350. The phone with 512 GB memory is priced at $500. The name Pablo Escobar is believed to have been a hero for the common people in Colombia in the ’80s. While for law enforcement was considered a symbol of fear.

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