After months of radio silence, it looks like foldable phones are back in the spotlight this week - just a few days ago there were reports that Samsung was working on a second foldable phone, despite their Galaxy Fold being put on indefinite hold.
The 5G variant of South Korean giant Samsung's Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone has cleared the US Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) certification.
The device, which may be a successor to the Galaxy Fold, will have a 6.7-inch AMOLED main display that will fold vertically. One of these phones will be 5G based.
The retailer also suggests that the Note 10 Pro could be shipped with 5G standard rather than with both 4G and 5G variants offered.
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It was originally slated to go on sale in the USA on April 26 but Samsung made a decision to delay the launch of the phone to fix the screen issues encountered by several tech reviewers. It is also said that 5G support phones can also be launched under the series.
According to a Huawei official, the company delayed the Mate X so it can work on the 5G connectivity.
I knew the Galaxy Fold would be a mess long before it was ever announced. One of these will be a more affordable twist (similar to the Galaxy S10e in the Galaxy S10 series), while the other will have a larger screen, bigger battery and a more advanced camera.
They said the out-folding phone would come ahead of Huawei Technologies' version of the foldable phone.