We’re not quite sure the world is ready for, or even needs, a foldable smartphone. But just because we’re struggling with a real use case doesn’t mean the “world’s first foldable smartphone” from Royole is any less interesting. While all the other major manufacturers were busy figuring out how to make it work, the Royole FlexPai foldable smartphone quietly dropped. The FlexPai is essentially a full-size tablet that can fold in half to make it smartphone size. The ultrathin, fully flexible display can be used in either folded phone or full-size tablet configuration, is easy to travel with, and gives you all the fantastic colors, high contrast, wide angles and high resolution picture quality you’re looking for in a portable device. It also has a 20MP telephoto camera, 16MP wide-angle camera, high-end Qualcomm chip, and the unique Water Operating System that provides incredible viewing flexibility. Even better, when you decide to fold it in half, you get a primary, secondary and edge screen, which makes it more capable than just about any other portable device on the market.