Huawei has finally announced officially that its foldable phone will have much more possibilities and usability than expected. Huawei’s consumer business CEO, Yu Chengdong recently admitted that the upcoming Huawei foldable will not only have 5G connectivity and foldable display but will also be stuffed with “secret surprises”.
According to the latest reports, 200,000 units of Huawei foldable phone will be made this year. The report also discloses that the screen provider for this phone will be BOE. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Fold, that folds inwards, the Huawei phone will be folded outwards. The screen size for the device will be 8.05 inches, much bigger than the one on Samsung.
Huawei foldable phone is deemed to be a super flagship phone which implies that just like the Galaxy Fold, it will be super pricey. Huawei insiders tell that the phone will be equipped with the M-Pen Stylus and will come with a refined version of EMUI specifically for the foldable display.
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Huawei has already launched the Balong 5000, claiming to be the world’s most powerful multimode 5G chipset. So it seems that the chipset will most likely make its way to the Huawei foldable phone. The 5G chipset will enable it to give a peak download speed of 4.6Gbps.
One of the biggest problems in foldable displays is the battery placement and as Huawei claims, it has solved the problem which we think could be quite similar to the one that Samsung did; joining two battery to yield maximum power.
The device will come with a Kirin 980 chipset that will be coupled by massive 10GB RAM and a 512GB internal storage. As per the whispers going on around. The price of Huawei foldable phone is expected to be around $1500 at the time of launch.