Both Huawei and Samsung gave a glimpse of their most aspiring cutting-edge smartphones to date, the foldable smartphones. Both Huawei and Samsung did fail in delivering the foldable smartphones commercially across the globe.
Samsung is learning from its mistakes
The new reports suggest that the Multinational tech company, Huawei and South Korean conglomerate Samsung would finally launch the folding smartphone in September 2019. Previously, Samsung said that it would release the Galaxy Fold in April.
Several reviewers said that the display was defective and later Samsung Galaxy Fold became defunct. Well, it seems things are favoring Samsung while curating a robust foldable smartphone. There is a highly likely chance that Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy Fold during the forthcoming September event.
The forthcoming Galaxy Fold smartphone would feature a Super AMOLED display at the front side of the device. According to the reports upon unfolding, the smartphone provides a massive 7.3-inch QXGA+screen.
The smartphone will sport a 7nm processor pair around 12GB RAM. Samsung said that the Galaxy Fold would come with a 16-MP ultra-wide sensor, a 12-MP telephoto lens and 12-MP wide-angle lens camera. On the front side, the phone will feature a dual-camera setup with 10 and 8 MP sensors. The Galaxy Fold would have Android 9 Pie with 4,380 mAh battery.
The groundbreaking Huawei Mate X
Huawei previously said that it would release the Mate X in July, but the company decided to put the launch at hold. The foldable Huawei Mate X is set to launch later in September. The Chinese smartphone maker is yet to reveal the design and the specs of the smartphone.
Mate X would come with a massive 8-inch OLED display alongside two smaller 6.38-inch and 6.6-inch. The device would be backed up by Kirin 980 processor and 500 chip to facilitate 5G connectivity. Mate X would sport 8GB Ram & 512GB ROM. For the photography enthusiasts, Mate X will sport a tri-camera setup with 10-MP, 16-MP & 8-MP sensors. The Mate X will come with a 4,500 mAh battery along with a 55W fast-charging support.