Huawei‘s Richard Yu, CEO of its Customer Business Group had initial disclosed in October 2017 that the company has got a foldable smartphone in the operates. Richard Yu also disclosed that the company already had a working prototype of a two-screen device with only a little gap between both displays that needed to be fixed. Before then, Huawei’s rival Samsung was Furthermore rumoured to be working on a foldable phone. That rumour soon blossomed and not long whenever, the company confirmed it is Certain working on this sort of a device. 2019 is looking to be the year of the foldable phones and Huawei will indeed be one of the early birds to unveil a commercial model.
Richard Yu himself had show last week at the launch of the Balong 5000 5G chipset that Huawei will present her 5G folding cameraphone at MWC 2019. The foldable smartphone is expected to feature the new Balong 5000 chipset which is the company’s response to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X50 5G modem.
Ahead of MWC 2019, tech blog LetsGoDigital has now released 3D renders of the Huawei foldable smartphone perhaps curried from patent sketches. We are with no Indeed the final design will be exactly such as this one. Apart from the attractive graphic design, there are not so numerous details we can cling on to. Looking at the renders, we cannot reveal if the device will fold outwards or inwards only. Due to the fact it uses a flexible OLED screen, it is probable the gadget can open both ways as desired. After it is to be used as a smartphone, it is folded outward and when not on use, the user could have to fold it inward.
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Details of the product are sketchy and so, it is unclear if there will be an M-Pen onboard as is the case with the Mate 20 X gaming cameraphone. We’ll have to wait until MWC to find out more about the Huawei foldable phone. The Chinese giant has a press meeting scheduled to hold on February 24 in which we believe the 5G foldable smartphone will be launched.