Huawei is Working With a Chinese Display Maker for its Foldable Smartphone

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A couple of months ago, it was rumored that Huawei has been planning to introduce Huawei foldable phones.

Now, it seems that the company has taken few more steps to achieve its goal of introducing its foldable phones.

According to ET New, some Korean blog, the company has already joined hands with China Based Boe for the development of special display of its foldable phone.

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Boe is known to be as one of the largest display makers in China and the company is also the largest LCD producer in the world. BOE also involved in introducing new improvements in OLED.

Huawei along with BOE is determined to introduce a new device which measures 8-inches diagonally and it is expected to be revealed in November.

The main reason behind its early release is to give tough competiton to its competitor (Samsung), who also planned to introduce a very similar device.

Previously, the company partnered with LG for getting assistance in the development of attractive display, which seems to have ended already.

Recently, BOE has revealed 6″, 7.6″ and WQHD AMOLED bendable panels, which I think attracted Huawei to sign a contract with BOE.

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According to reports, the panels are 1mm thick and has the ability to bent around 100,000 times.

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However, BOE is said to be engaged with two different companies for the development of foldable phones.

As Samsung has its own Display Division so it is cleared that it is not the second company which is working with BOE.

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Other companies like Xiaomo, Oppo, LG, ZTE, Lenovo, one of them may be working with BOE on its project of foldable phones.

With the evolution of latest foldable phone, the smartphone market will experience a new craze of buyers and Huawei, for sure, will take this chance to grab maximum market shares.

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Zeeshan Akram
Senior Editor, Mobile, and Internet | An aspiring blogger who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and smartphone vendors.

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