Huawei all set to launch foldable 5G smartphone on Febraury 24

Huawei all set to launch foldable 5G smartphone on Febraury 24

We know Huawei has a foldable phone coming, and that it'll be on show at MWC in Barcelona at the end of the month.

Huawei mobile chief Richard Yu has already made mention of the company's upcoming foldable phone amid talks of smartphone world domination.

Whether you like it or not, fold-able phones seem to be all the rage this year and it seems Huawei is joining the fun from a tweet posted today.

Rumours are rife that the S10 will arrive packing a fully edge-to-edge screen which will cover every corner of the device.

Web Desk: Huawei is teasing what appears to be its unveiling of a foldable smartphone on February 24, 2019, report iClarified. Samsung is expected to unveil this foldable smartphone on February 20 alongside the Galaxy S10, but, thanks to a teaser video, we are now getting an early look at Samsung's foldable smartphone. Of course, it remains to be seen how convenient it will be to use a tablet without bezels at all, but from a concept point of view, this is the Holy Grail both for tablets and smartphones.

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That is pretty much all the info that the company shared, but if we connect the dots, we're able to figure out that this phone will probably support 5G connectivity.

Crucially, though, and another reason why we think that the device in this video could very well be the unannounced Samsung folding phone is that the design, despite getting better, remains fundamentally the same.

However, these renders are just rumoured patents and the actual Huawei foldable phone might not look like this. He said its Balong 5000 chipset, a rival to Qualcomm's Snapdragon X50, is the world's most powerful 5G modem and can be used in vehicles. With that in mind, here are some more details about this apparently forthcoming foldable gaming phone from Samsung.

We are not sure which smart-phone maker will win the race in launching their foldable handset first.

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