Galaxy S9 Update, New Samsung Device Leak Surface

Galaxy S9 Update, New Samsung Device Leak Surface

This all-new phone will be revealed at an Unpacked event in London on February 20 and it looks set to be one of the most powerful devices that Samsung has ever made.

Huawei has used Twitter to tease what it will have coming at Mobile World Congress only days later, and all signs point to a foldable phone.

While it looks cool, the shape of the hinge may augur that it won't fold flat.

Rumours of Huawei allegedly working on a foldable smartphone emerged for the first time in the fourth quarter of 2017, followed by another report which claimed that Huawei aims to one-up Samsung by launching a foldable smartphone before the Korean giant.

Like the iPhone XR, one big difference on the S10E appears to be the screen.

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(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. Naturally, all of this has created an enormous amount of curiosity with regards to what Samsung's foldable smartphone is going to look like.

In terms of specifications, there is still remarkably little known about the foldable Huawei smartphone.

Phone manufacturers are also trying to move away from the slab design choice of the traditional smartphone and moving away from its limitations by trying new things like fold-able phones. You can also see that a D-pad is situated on the left-hand side, while six small buttons are visible on the right.

It has been no secret that large flexible displays are coming to devices, with the Royole FlexPai being debuted past year as the first smartphone with a flexible display. That section of the teaser also implies certain USB-C accessories that will do more than just transfer data from phone to computer. To recall, Samsung Galaxy A9 is the company's first phone with quad-cameras at back.

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