The most innovative new Samsung phone in years might have a serious challenger - galaxy X

in samsung •  10 months ago

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The iPhone still is Samsung’s most terrifying rival, but Apple is also paying a boatload of cash to various Samsung divisions, so the Korean smartphone maker can’t be wholly displeased with the iPhone’s sale success. But come next year, the most innovative new Samsung phone in years might have a serious challenger that won’t be designed in California. Instead, it’s coming from Samsung newest nightmare.
In 2019, Samsung is expected to debut its first ever foldable phone, the Galaxy X, a handset that has been in the making for years. The device is rumored to be released early next year and cost around $2,000. But Huawei just confirmed it’s also making one. Huawei Consumer Business President Jim Xu said in an interview that the company is working on a bunch of new smartphones, GadgetMatch reports.
The company plans to launch a gaming smartphone that would rival the likes of the Razer Phone and Asus’ ROG Phone. And next year, Huawei will launch a foldable phone of its own too, the exec said. He added that the company isn’t looking to make any smartphone that would feature moving mechanical parts, like the Vivo Nex and Oppo Find X that were launched recently.

The exec did not reveal any other details about the phone at this time, so we have no idea what it’ll have to offer or how much it’ll cost. Most rumors detailing foldable devices focus on Samsung’s Galaxy X these days, which is widely expected to arrive at some point in the first half of 2019. The question is, can Huawei beat Samsung to market with its unnamed foldable phone?
what you guys think will it be able to beat iphone x ?

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Nice phone, i want to buy this phone..

By the way we can't relay on moving parts in smartphones at this moment...
As they are underdeveloped