Samsung Display Patent Hints at an Innovative Foldable Gaming Smartphone

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Ahead of Samsung's Unpacked event (just a couple of weeks away), the company is in marketing overdrive preparing for an onslaught of new mobile devices.

Huawei has just confirmed that it plans to launch a foldable smartphone at this year's iteration of the world's largest mobile trade show, MWC 2019, while the date and time of the press conference were also shared by the company.

What's interesting about the image is that it reveals Huawei's foldable phone will have the main screen facing outwards when the device is folded and used in smartphone mode.

LetsGoDigital claimed Huawei's foldable device would be available to buy around April or May. At first glance it could be easy to dismiss the picture as a bit of fancy graphic design work from Huawei, but it actually seems to be showing the company's upcoming 5G foldable phone.

We still don't know a few of the most important details, like what the official name will be. All in all, it only makes mobile users look forward to what Samsung might share in their February live event other than the Galaxy S10 and variants.

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Huawei's foldable phone is likely also going to feature 5G connectivity. Featuring the tagline "Connecting the Future", the image shows the close up of a foldable phone. Are you ready to reveal the unprecedented?

Foldable designs let manufacturers expand a handset's screen size while keeping the device compact enough to carry it the way we've become accustomed to.

We started telling you about Samsung's apparent plans along these lines previous year, when it was becoming clear that the South Korea-based giant wanted to get in on the trend of Android gaming phones started by Razer. Share your views on Huawei's upcoming foldable phone with 5G capabilities.

Huawei's Richard Yu, CEO of its Consumer Business Group had first disclosed in October 2017 that the company has got a foldable phone in the works. (KRX:005930) foldable smartphone is during the launch of the Galaxy S10 on February 20.

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