Huawei Will Announce a 5G Foldable Phone at MWC 2019

Huawei Will Announce a 5G Foldable Phone at MWC 2019

Huawei Will Announce a 5G Foldable Phone at MWC 2019

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 series on February 20th in San Francisco, with the phones expected to go up for preorder after the press conference and ship to buyers beginning March 8th.

While it looks cool, the shape of the hinge may augur that it won't fold flat. Although 5G networks are not yet widely available, the company has recently promised that it will launch "the world's first 5G smartphone with foldable screen" at the MWC. When the device is folded, you can then bend a small part of the screen back that will apparently cause the gaming buttons to appear.

Come MWC 2019 and we shall finally get to know the same. According to reports, it is said the Huawei foldable phone will take the form of a tablet folding into a phone with the display on the outside - which the image in the Huawei tweet also suggests.

(Web Desk) - Huawei has unveiled a teaser image of the upcoming 5G Foldable smart-phone which will see the light on February 24 at 14:00 CET in Barcelona, Spain. Nothing much of the device is known as of now but the Unpacked event is not very far where we can have a glimpse of this upcoming foldable device. Are you ready to reveal the unprecedented?

Huawei's MWC keynote is scheduled for Sunday, February 24th, at 2PM Barcelona (1PM UK) time.


Recently, the company has given a briefing on 5G and has enlightened its new Balong 5000 5G modem and the company's base station hardware.

It's the year of the foldable phone, and this year, it won't just be Samsung talking up something foldable, as Huawei teases a bendy phone, as well.

Huawei's patent FIG. 6 below is a schematic exploded view of a foldable mechanism in a bent state; FIG. 8 is a schematic status diagram of a foldable mechanism in a bending process.

Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei is set for the launch of the first foldable 5G smartphone.

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