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Pablo Escobar’s brother launches foldable smartphone with busty models

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December 3, 2019 | 6: 23pm

Pablo Escobar’s brother is hawking his own foldable smartphone — promoted by a gang of busty lingerie-clad models.

Roberto Escobar’s family firm Escobar Inc. is selling a $349 contraption called the “Escobar Fold 1,” which boasts a 7.8-inch flexible screen that expands from a standard phone into a tablet.

A video for the device features voluptuous “Escobar Girls” fondling and gawking at the gold-sheathed phone to a suggestive electric-guitar soundtrack.

One of them unfolds the device beneath her cleavage before another carries it like a clutch purse.

A second ad suggests the late Apple tycoon Steve Jobs could have only dreamed of such sophisticated technology.

“Apple Boy Steve once looked into space,” a voice bellows in the video. “He saw Pablo Escobar with a phone beyond anybody’s imagination.”

Roberto Escobar has launched the Escobar Fold 1
Roberto Escobar has launched the Escobar Fold 1

Escobar’s phone is an apparent rival to Samsung’s $2,000 Galaxy Fold, which hit US stores in September after a lengthy delay. Apple has yet to roll out a foldable device, though reports have indicated one could come by 2021.

Roberto Escobar — the former accountant for his brother’s infamous Medellin drug cartel — has claimed his phone can beat Samsung and Apple’s competitive models with its low price and durability.

He reportedly said it “cannot break” because the screen is made from “a special type of plastic.” It also comes unlocked and will work with any cellular network, according to Escobar Inc.’s website.

“I have told many people that I would beat Apple and I will,” Escobar told Digital Trends. “I cut the networks and retailers, to sell to customers phones that can fold for only $349, phones which in stores cost thousands of dollars by Samsung and others.”

This isn’t Escobar’s first big tech feud. He reportedly threatened to “take down” Tesla boss Elon Musk earlier this year for allegedly ripping off his plans for a flamethrower. Musk said he stole the idea from the movie “Spaceballs.”

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