Brother Of The Wealthiest Criminal In History Releases A Foldable Phone To "Kill Samsung"

Aadhya Khatri - Feb 04, 2020


Brother Of The Wealthiest Criminal In History Releases A Foldable Phone To "Kill Samsung"

After the Pablo Escobar 1 was released, Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria is planning to release the second foldable phone, the Pablo Escobar Fold 2

After the Pablo Escobar 1 was released, Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria is planning to release the second foldable phone, the Pablo Escobar Fold 2.

At $400 (Rs. 28,459), the foldable phone is surprisingly cheap for a cutting-edge tech like making a flexible phone screen. For those who do not know, Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria is a brother of Pablo Escobar, a Colombian drug lord who is also the wealthiest criminal in history.

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At $400, the foldable phone is surprisingly cheap for a cutting-edge tech like making a flexible phone screen

The foldable phone is made with the intention to beat Samsung in mind. Here is the tagline on its website: “Rest in peace Samsung, Pablo always wins.”

As stated by a press release, the Pablo Escobar Fold 2 has parts imported from Shenzen, China but is assembled in Hong Kong. Its design comes from the U.S.

From the renders, we can see that the Fold 2 looks exactly like Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, with the logo and Pablo Escobar Inc on top. Pablo Escobar’s brother has also copied the specs of the first foldable phone in the world.

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From the renders, we can see that the Fold 2 looks exactly like Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, with the logo and Pablo Escobar Inc on top

Both phones sport a 7.3-inch display, Android 10, a 4,380mAh battery, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. The only differences are the number of cameras, which is five on the Fold 2 and six on the Galaxy Fold, and the price, with the latter priced at $2,000.

From what Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria said in a press release, we know that the Fold 2 is the result of a deal cut with Chinese suppliers who have worked with Samsung on the Galaxy Fold.

The company claimed that the Fold 2 has gone through enough tests and its production will be limited to 200,000 units only.

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