The Huawei foldable smartphone will also have 5G functionality. Rotating chairman revealed some details on when to expect it.
A newly published report claims that the Samsung foldable smartphone will not use Gorilla Glass, or any other glass for that matter.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu sat down for an interview and talked about the future of the company as well as the Huawei foldable smartphone.
More details emerge about Samsung's upcoming foldable smartphone, including its codename and its alleged display principle.
We could see the first Samsung Galaxy smartphone with an in-display fingerprint sensor coming to China this year before the Galaxy S10 flagship
We might see a Samsung foldable smartphone officially unveiled in November, as CEO DJ Koh has confirmed the plans himself.
A new Samsung device may be coming this year with four rear-facing cameras that won't be the Galaxy S10 or the Galaxy F foldable smartphone
We could see foldable smartphones earlier than we expected, with a recent report claiming the target at end of 2018, early 2019.
Motorola has been working in the design for foldable display smartphones, and now we can at least see the patent of one that resembles the famous Razr
The number of foldable patents filed exploded with manufacturers trying to find a way to overcome industry hardware limitations for smartphones.
LG Display is rumored to become another key player among manufacturers of bendable panels for upcoming foldable smartphones of 2019
In addition to a flexible screen expected to start "pilot" production this summer, that mythical first foldable Samsung phone could also use a curved cell.
Samsung could take the wraps off the Galaxy Note 9 as early as July, reportedly looking to unveil the Galaxy S10 in January 2019, followed by the company's first foldable phone in February.
Codenamed "Valley" for many years, Samsung's foldable smartphone project now carries a pompous "Winner" alias, reportedly eyeing a February 2019 public announcement. The more conventional Galaxy S10 could see daylight in January.
Samsung's first foldable smartphone may launch in limited numbers sometime next year, even though no decision has been made regarding the type of foldable design to be employed.
A refined design, reimagined camera and aggressive marketing campaigns should help the Galaxy S9 and S9+ sell better than their predecessors. As for their successors, a Galaxy X name is very much on the table.
Samsung has confirmed yet again it's working on both a Bixby-assisted smart speaker and foldable smartphone, but only one of the two is firmly slated for a 2018 launch.
Samsung's long-in-development first foldable smartphone is inching closer and closer to a commercial release, stopping by Vegas recently for a secret demo.
Samsung probably sold around 320 million smartphones in 2017, and its expectations for 2018 circle that same number as profits become more important than volume.
Not quite as flexible as you may have hoped, the impending ZTE Axon M still looks special in a pair of glamour shots with a pair of Full HD screens.
Samsung said it would be slow-playing the Galaxy X, but it has been working with certification processes for a device that could be said foldable phone.
Chinese manufacturers like Huawei and ZTE may be clawing their way back into the US carrier arena with some interesting phones very soon.
A presumably advanced pre-release foldable smartphone prototype from Samsung is reportedly coming to MWC 2017, but not for the general public.