We’re formally entering the new layout phase of smartphones following little-known company Royole introduced its elastic smartphone FlexiPai and South Korean behemoth Samsung followed shortly after with the initial appearance of its own variant of a smartphone using a bendable display.
Chinese giant Huawei isn’t one to be left out from the race and when reports are to be considered we may observe a similar apparatus from the smartphone manufacturer at MWC 2019.
According to a report from Communications Today, Vincent Pang, president of Huawei in Western Europe has triumphed about the elastic nature of the apparatus. He’s confirmed that the telephone will be Huawei’s first apparatus to foray to the 5G section.
Walter Ji, president of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group, considers that the whole of Europe seems dedicated to providing a quick installation of their 5G system to its own citizens.
Ji also emphasised that Huawei was investing a great deal in a brand new battery and photograph technology for the approaching bendable design. As a matter of fact, the report says that Huawei will probably be investing close to $13 — 18 billion in R&D alone which makes it one of the biggest private business investors in research and development.
As to exactly what the forthcoming flexible and 5G devices from Huawei is going to be known as is anybody’s guess. But, Pang has affirmed that the apparatus will be available on sale in the next quarter of 2019.