Pablo Escobar’s innovative smartphone purposes of taking on the Samsung Galaxy Fold
Escobar fold 2 smartphone

Pablo Escobar’s innovative smartphone purposes of taking on the Samsung Galaxy Fold

The Escobar Fold 2 is a “legitimate” folding phone with an odd similarity to the Samsung Galaxy Fold and priced at $ 399. Launched by the “technology company” of Roberto Escobar, who debuted with a smartphone with imitation Flexpai last year. Escobar Fold 2 is a direct excavation in Samsung, promising to “ruin the great brand”. Roberto believes that these brands rob ordinary people.

The Pablo Escobar Fold 2, according to a press conference, it was designed in the USA. Assembled in Hong Kong, with parts from China. It comes with a virtually identical design compared to the Galaxy Fold, and even has the same specifications, including the processor and screen quality, and images, even the same number of cameras. Although Escobar’s website only lists 5 of them, while the Galaxy Fold has 6. In the style of Escobar, the phone comes with a gold back plate with the Pablo Escobar logo stamped on it. He even celebrates the famous Colombian capo with his preloaded police photo as the device’s wallpaper.

It seems that the Galaxy Fold clone launched by Roberto Escobar has almost all the same specifications as the Samsung Galaxy Fold.

Here are the specific specifications:

  • Main screen measuring 7.3 inches
  • 4,380 mAh battery
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor
  • Android 10 operating system

A larger version of the Pablo Escobar Fold 2 has more RAM at 12 GB and 512 GB storage, is priced at $ 549. The Pablo Escobar Fold 2 will be formally released to the public in March 2020. However, it is believed that Escobar, Inc will accept advance orders.

Pablo’s brother, Roberto Escobar, closed horns with big companies like Apple and even with operators after launching Escobar Fold 1. His idea was to build a strong, safe and surprisingly cheap phone designed to train its users with high technology, without the warnings Escobar states that their phones work safely, with the promise of never sharing user data with any government. He even filed a class-action lawsuit of $ 30 billion against Apple for scamming its users by taking their money and data. In addition, the phone description on the website literally says “REST IN PEACE SAMSUNG, PAUL ALWAYS WINS”.

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