Looks Like Huawei's Folding Phone Will be Unveiled on 24th February

Kelley Robertson
February 2, 2019

First Verizon, then AT&T and Sprint started pushing the cool new overlay to their flagship Samsung phones, so now United States carrier susbcribers have the chance to test it in a final release version. So let's dive in to see some more details on what teaser depicts. The P20 wasn't at MWC past year, and similarly the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro weren't unveiled at IFA in Berlin. This foldable device has been in the leaks from nearly a year now. But with everyone else seemingly bringing foldable phones to MWC, Huawei has to show off something. 2019 is looking to be the year of the foldable phones and Huawei will indeed be one of the early birds to unveil a commercial model.

The video ends up with the hashtag #DoWhatYouCant, which might be Samsung's motto for the upcoming Unpacked launch event on February 20, as well as promotional material at MWC later this month.

LetsGoDigital claimed Huawei's foldable device would be available to buy around April or May. At the Samsung Developer Conference, the firm while unveiling the phone said that the new, users will be able to run three apps simultaneously on the large screen. The rear has the same triple camera as the Galaxy S10.

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Apple's 2019 iPhone models are also expected to jump on the triple camera bandwagon, as per the latest report. Comment in the section below if you have more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more similar news and updates.

In what is likely a nod to the 5G capabilities of the Huawei handset, the promotional image mentions "connecting the future".

So far, we also know that Samsung is opting for the Snapdragon 855 to power the devices, and it will come with at least 6GB of RAM.

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