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Short Bytes: Graalphone is a 4-in-1 device announced at CES 2017. It houses an Android smartphone in its main body. Moreover, it can be used as Windows 10 machine, an Android tablet, and camera. Its 7-inch display is a 3D touchscreen that works without glasses. Graalphone will hit the stores later this year.

There is a noticeable mention in the hoard of convertible and offbeat devices – like the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 – at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. Graalphone is a 4-in-1 device that is a smartphone, a Windows computer, a tablet, and a camera. In the past, we have seen similar products, like the Asus Padfone, but it was only a 2-in-1 device. Also, Graalphone’s 7-inch touchscreen create an illusion of depth (3D) for the viewer without the need of 3D glasses.

Smartphone unit of the device safely rests in the main chassis that houses hardware for the computer, tablet, and camera modes. It has a 5-inch full HD screen and features a Qualcomm Octa core processor.

You can use Graalphone in computer mode by lifting up the 7-inch display. The device running Microsoft Windows 10 looks similar to an extra small netbook. It also has a keyboard with a numpad.

To turn Graalphone into a tablet with a 3D display, you need to slide the above the keyboard. The main body also houses a stylus which can be used to control the device in tablet mode.

After all of this, the device also has a camera mode with two cameras which combine to work as a 3D camera with 5X optical zoom and xenon flash.

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