Year 2019 will definitely change the concept of mobile phones. Several brands have already given evidence that they are building foldable smartphones, and the world’s second-largest smartphone brand, Huawei is to launch its first 5G Foldable Smartphone.
Huawei To Launch Its First 5G Foldable Smartphone
According to the latest reports and new rumors, 2019 will definitely change the concept of mobile phones. As Several brands have already given evidence that they are building foldable smartphones, and the world’s second-largest smartphone brand, Huawei was quick to react.
In the month of February 2019 Huawei is to launch its brand new folding smartphone.
This year is shaping up to becoming one of the most appealing, given the “promises” of new technologies. So the two trends we expect to see this year are foldable smartphones and 5G smartphones.
Recently, the head of the consumer division of Huawei, Richard Yu just announced foldable smartphone technology during the presentation of the company’s 5G mobile launch in China.
While most companies will launch a foldable and 5G smartphone, Huawei is adopting a different approach, as Yu continued and stated that “we look forward to seeing you in Barcelona in February, where we will launch the world’s first 5G smartphone with folding screen.”
Back at the launch of Huawei’s latest top-of-the-line Mate 20 Pro in October, Richard Yu confirmed that the company was working on a 5G folding smartphone.
This smartphone is likely to be associated with the company’s key devices for the first half of the year, including the Huawei P30 series and a successor to Huawei MateBook X Pro.
The MWC will take place in the city of Barcelona, from 25 to 28 February. In this event which is dedicated to the mobile world, we hope to see the devices of other brands, such as Sony, Nokia, LG, and other well-known brands as well.
However, according to the latest reports, the South Korean giant Samsung plans to announce its flagship smartphone, of course, Galaxy S10 on February 20. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.