Published: Sun, September 16, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Huawei's foldable smartphone is coming to replace your PC in 2019

Huawei's foldable smartphone is coming to replace your PC in 2019

Now, the company has confirmed that it will launch a new foldable smartphone within a year.

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has confirmed to launch the foldable smartphone within a year in a cutthroat completion with competitor Samsung to win the title of "World's first".

Now, company CEO, Richard Yu has gone on record to say that their foldable smartphones will make laptops obsolete.

Huawei has been long reported to working a foldable smartphone to give a competition to Samsung that is reported to launch a foldable smartphone as well.

"Why are you still using the computer?"

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"We will change that", he reportedly said.

"The industry is very close now to foldable phones becoming a commercial reality", Stanton said, according to the BBC. Mr Yu is reported to ask the interviewer why he still uses a computer and then answered his own question, he said, "Probably because you find a smartphone display too small. It is conceivable that a display can be folded out", the executive added. He said, "It nearly feels with foldable displays that technology companies are using this as something to highlight how innovative and technologically advanced they are. without really considering the nuts and bolts that would make it a commercial success".

Artificial intelligence and 5G will both play a major role in the next chapter of the smartphone, Huawei believes.

Samsung is launching a new Galaxy mobile device less than two months after unveiling its Galaxy Note 9 flagship handset.

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