Huawei confirms 5G folding Samsung Galaxy X challenger for 24 February


The Samsung Galaxy anniversary smartphones, are all set for the grand launch at the company's Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20. The Galaxy S10/S10+ in black looks like Samsung's earlier models.

According to the details published on the tech site, nashvillechatterclass, the base model Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite comes with the battery model number EB-BG970ABU which has 3000 mAh power. The Chinese manufacturer joins Samsung, Motorola and Xiaomi, all of whom are rumoured to reveal foldable devices at the Barcelona show.

Now it appears that Huawei has confirmed that it will be launching the new handset at MWC, the mobile phone tradeshow which kicks off at the end of February. Huawei's foldable phone is seen opening up from the middle, similar to Samsung's rendition of the same. In addition to the foldable phone, we will also possibly feast our eyes on the Huawei P30.

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We will have more information about the new Samsung Foldable smartphone when it is made official at Samsung's press conference next month. The front-facing display is surrounded by tiny bezels that are perhaps a little thicker than Samsung's Infinity Display, and no front-facing camera visible from the glimpse we're given. That means the Galaxy S10 will likely be the world's first smartphone to come with 1TB of onboard storage, though the Galaxy S10 Plus will only offer 1TB native storage. Evidently, the screen protector will cover the phone's side edges, and it could come pre-installed.

The biggest difference between the standard S10 and the S10+, aside from the larger screen, is that the first comes with just one selfie camera, whereas the latter uses two of them.