Huawei has scheduled a press event on 24th February at MWC to showcase its upcoming 5G Foldable phone. The teaser image reveals the foldable smartphone with a V-shape bend and this comes after Huawei’s Richard Yu announced that a 5G foldable phone is queued for the annual industry conference. This foldable device has been in the leaks from almost a year now.
Furthermore, Huawei claims to have showcased the device to the carries in South Korea and is expected to be the first one to launch such smartphone. We have already seen FlexPai foldable phone from Royole and on the other hand, Samsung is also getting ready to launch its foldable device soon. There are many other smartphone makers that are lined up to bring their foldable device later this year.
As of now, nothing much is known or leaked about the device except for what Huawei has already confirmed but evidence suggests that this upcoming foldable device will be capable of expanding to an 8-inch screen size once it is unfolded. It will be interesting to see what Huawei in its pockets to showcase at the event and we can definitely expect it to be something different from the Royole FlexPai which we have already seen.
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