New Delhi, July 29: Samsung has recently announced a new unbreakable flexible OLED display. This new panel went through a series of test to earn the 'unbreakable' tag, and the company is planning to use this in the upcoming smartphone and also in various electronic products such as display consoles for automobiles, military devices, gaming consoles and tablets PCs.
But some reports in media suggest that Huawei may beat the South Korean company in the race to launch the world's first truly foldable smartphone.
Samsung's folding smartphone is in rumours from the past two years and the company has confirmed it in the recent month that it will bring the smartphone this year. Some reports also suggest that Samsung may launch the smartphone in 2019 and it won't be called Galaxy X. The company will launch the foldable smartphone with the Galaxy F brand name.
However, this is yet to be confirmed by the company but one thing that is sure is that Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is planning to beat Samsung in its own dream plan
The report claims Huawei's first batch of foldable handsets by will include a small number of units with an aim to beat Samsung. A source familiar with the company's plans said that the company will be manufacturing around 20,000 to 30,000 units and the foldable phone from Huawei will hit the market in early 2019.
So we need to wait to see the fight between the two giants for the tag of the world's first foldable smartphone in the year 2019.