Three-screen smartphone for the future: 6GB RAM, 4000mAh battery

Three-screen smartphone is a whole “weird” idea. “Futuristic Mobile Concept“ – that’s what they call this device. The 3-screen smartphone launch is reported to be in the near future. And it also works as a mini laptop. So crazy, right?


Three-screen smartphone: A new crazy machine

If you think the Yotaphone with 2 screens, or the recent two-screen iPhone 8 render is crazy enough, you might want to change your mind. Just behold the crazy idea below and you’ll understand what we mean. It has up to 3 screens and can do many interesting things. In fact, this is a handset created by an Egyptian named Samar Marzouk, and accordingly, you can use the phone as a normal one or turn it into a mini laptop.

Maybe there is no need to mention the function of the front display of the machine. It appears and works exactly like a smartphone with a metal body plus speakers on both sides. So, what we need to make clear is the other screens. They are placed on the inner part and once you unfold them, the whole device will look like a mini laptop. The displays can open two different tabs at the same time, enabling you to text your friend and watch a video simultaneously.


Well, those are some main points about the design of this “Futuristic Mobile”. However, unfortunately, there’s nothing official about this 3-screen smartphone specs getting revealed. As what people may expect, hopefully it will have Quad HD resolution, a Snapdragon 820 chipset and Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS to be basic. Besides, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of ROM, a 4,000mAh battery, and a 16MP camera are also excellent features worth being on board. So, let’s wait and see!

Three-screen smartphone: a version of mini laptop

This new phone is anticipated to make a revolution in the mobile history. You can do the smartphone stuff on it and even use it as a laptop. With such an elegant appearance and great specifications, we hope it will come soon, say, in 2017, with a reasonable price ranging from $600 to $800. Then, what do you think? Share with us.