Royole recently became more popular in the tech industry and it’s for a simple reason. Royole FlexPai was the first foldable phone ever launched back in 2018 — even before the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X. The company is now extending its foldable display ambitions to a surprisingly cool smart speaker.
Mirage Smart Speaker
Dubbed the Mirage smart speaker, this isn’t just an average speaker with a voice assistant available at your beck and call. It also come with a wraparound display up-front. Yeah, the company has introduced a 7.8-inch flexible AMOLED touchscreen display on this Alexa-backed smart speaker. So, it’s basically a smart display.
Royole Mirage Smart Speaker Specifications
The 7.8-inch wraparound display will not only show you results for the question you pitch to Alexa but can also be used to watch music videos or display some cool visualizers.
It’s powered by the Qualcomm APQ8053 chipset, coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of eMMC storage.
The speaker supports the following connectivity options – Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n.
The speaker comes equipped with three 48mm full-range drivers and a passive bass radiator to offer a 360-degree audio experience. There are two far-field microphones also packed into this smart speaker to pick up your voice.
Talking about camera, a 5MP camera is baked into the Mirage speaker for video calling but Royole has also included a “camera mute switch” for privacy enthusiasts. You can keep the camera hidden when not in use.
Another device launched is the RoWrite 2. It’s over 40% lighter than its predecessor with longer battery life and better accuracy. It features Royole’s flexible sensor for digitizing whatever you like to write on paper directly to an app on your smartphone. The sensors are embedded in a leather case and a pen is included that recharges wirelessly.
Royole Mirage smart speaker will make you shell out about $899 to get one for your home.
The RoWrite will need about $129 from your pocket to acquire an upgraded variant of its smart notebook that lets you pair it with the companion app to save and share notes.