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Huawei announces its foldable smartphone plan


Chinese smartphone maker Huawei recently launched the world’s first 7nm processor and now it seems that the company is planning to launch a foldable smartphone within a year.

According to an online report, the company has promised to launch a foldable smartphone within a year and aims to give competition to rival Samsung. Recently, it was reported that  Samsung is planning to launch its long-awaited foldable smartphone by the end of this year.



Richard Yu, the CEO of Huawei consumer business group told Die Welt a German publication that they are already working on the foldable smartphone. He also mentioned that the foldable smartphones will also be able to replace computers. Yu said that the small screen of the smartphone is the primary reason why people keep on using a computer.


In another report by BBC, market analyst Ben Stanton from research firm Canalys has questioned this idea of foldable smartphone replacing the computer. He also added that before thinking about the future, the smartphone makers first have to analyse the commercial success rate of foldable smartphone.


Stanton also added that it is not sure as to how many customers will like the idea of a foldable smartphone. He said, “It almost 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."


Recently, Huawei announced that it will launch its flagship smartphones Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro on October 16 at an event in London. Both the smartphones will be powered by the company’s latest flagship processor Kirin 980.

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