Huawei's first foldable phone will also be its first 5G smartphone
Huawei and Samsung are in a competition to release the first foldable smartphone and Huawei’s Ken Hu just upped the ante – Huawei’s first foldable phone will also be its first 5G-capable phone.
Anyway, Hu highlighted the three major use cases for 5G: faster mobile broadband, lower latency and the Internet of Things.
Samsung’s CEO confirmed that a foldable phone will launch before the end of the year. The company also unveiled a 5G modem modem, which should also reach consumers by the end of the year (though it’s not clear if the foldable phone will be 5G-enabled or if they will be separate products).
Well Samsung foldable can end as Note 7 series. They ignore all criteria just make and done. Instead of Huawei which will do a lots of testing before final release.
- 24 Sep 2018
I do not have any problems with notch. However to have a notch and huge bottom bezel with physical button - that is absurd. I had P20 Pro and I confess that it was ugly to me. I got it for camera which was not as good as they hyped it. It made everyt...
- 22 Sep 2018
Isn't Mate 20 technically the first 5G phone seems Kirin 980 is said to be 5G ready?
- 21 Sep 2018