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Huawei is reportedly working on launching a new lineup of foldable smartphones in the near future. No matter how intangible the future of foldable smartphones appears to be, it seems like all the major companies are soon going to capitalize on the new potential aspect in the Android ecosystem.

As per Letsgodigital, the company has recently filed the patent for four upcoming foldable smartphones – Huawei Mate Flex, Mate Flexi, Mate Fold, and Mate F.

It has already been established that

  • The Huawei foldable smartphone will be unveiled in the month of February 2019 during the MWC 2019, and
  • It will feature an 8-inch flexible display, more than that of the Samsung Galaxy F foldable smartphone
  • It will also be 5G ready

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As of now, there is no word on the prices, specifications, and the official release dates of any of these smartphones, but it is almost certain that we are going to see a huge amount of foldable smartphones in the year 2019 and the notches are no more going to be the talk of the town next year onwards.

Moving on to the Samsung Galaxy F, the device has got plenty of leaks over the past couple of weeks.

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You can check out the latest render images, live shots, specifications, and everything else about the Galaxy F by following our existing coverage of the same.

No matter whether the foldable smartphones are actually going to solve any purpose or not, it is surely the right step towards the future of smartphones technology and we have to welcome them with open arms.

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