A new teaser video for the event may have just confirmed the launch.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 series on February 20th in San Francisco, with the phones expected to go up for preorder after the press conference and ship to buyers beginning March 8th. While Samsung and another Chinese phone-maker, Royole, have the screen fold in half like a book, Xiaomi made a decision to add a second fold. The teaser, which first surfaced on Weibo, shows the different ways that the phone can be folded in.
We have heard earlier that the mid-range device will come with 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage, and will be available in black, silver, and gold, possibly with gradient variants.
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At the moment we don't really know what the Huawei device will look like exactly.
2019 is expected to be the year where foldable phones and 5G will be making their debut. The display now being on both sides of the device (when folded) will make the screen vulnerable to scratches and scuffs when placed in the pocket or on a table. #HuaweiMWC #MWC2019 pic.twitter.com/ErPD7eKMh1 - Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) February 1, 2019 Huawei's plan to release foldable phones has been around since early 2018, and the company confirmed this in October previous year. Are you ready to reveal the unprecedented? The device was in the hands of a Samsung official so the media and visitors never got the chance to see the phone up close. The phone is likely to be seen in three exciting shades - Prism Black and Prism Green and Pearl White. That said, Huawei is yet to reveal the design of its foldable phone, so it looks like those renders were off base.
Coming back to the foldable phone shown off in the video, let us clarify that this may not necessarily be the final product, and we might see something different at launch.