As 2019 approaches, the world of smartphones is becoming increasingly hectic with the arrival of the first folding smartphone from various manufacturers. As you might expect, the manufacturers that make us most excited are Huawei and Samsung.
Recently Samsung has officially unveiled several details about its first folding smartphone, including that when 'open' it will have a 7.3 "inch screen. On the other hand, there has been little information regarding the Huawei terminal.
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The first half of 2019 promises to bring major technological advances in the mobile segment. In addition to the innovations that will be presented by the usual high end. Several manufacturers are also expected to eventually introduce their first folding smartphones.
This new type of smartphone is already spoken and expected several years ago. Although Samsung was among the first to begin its development in 2014, today there are several manufacturers in the 'race' for a prominent place in this new segment.
Huawei folding smartphone surprises mobile operators in Korea
According to the latest information, the Chinese smartphone's new smartphone will come with an 8 "inch interior screen. It will be exposed when the smartphone is open. Outside, it should feature two 5" inch screens.
So if this information turns out, Huawei's folding smartphone will come with larger screens than Samsung's. In the case of the South Korean manufacturer, it has already been confirmed that it will have a 7.3 "inch screen and two 4.6" inches.
Unfortunately, the information about this terminal is still not much. Considering the rumors that have been circulating, your screen should be provided by BOE. This is the same company that provided the fantastic screen of the Mate 20 Pro.
Finally, it is known that Huawei has already presented a prototype "Huawei Mate X" (name not confirmed) to various mobile operators in Korea. Apparently, the reaction was surprisingly positive.
Most likely this smartphone will first reach the Korean market. Since it will have support for 5G networks. So far, it seems that this will be the only market with a globally established 5G network in the country.
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