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Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Tuesday, 26 February 2019

As Samsung and Hauwei launch their new foldable phones, and iPhone rumoured to be launching one too, the next frontier of mobile tech is reached. As Nokia has just launched its own Nokia 9 handset with a 5 lens camera, and Sony has created a handset with a 4K screen, it is interesting to see what direction mobile manufacturers will go to maintain their market advantage.

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For comparison's sake, Huawei said:

the Mate X's screen is 8in (20.3cm) when unfolded when closed, the Mate X's larger screen is 6.8in and the smaller one 6.6in - which makes both bigger than that of the iPhone XS Max when shut, the Mate X is 11mm (0.43in) thick the Samsung Galaxy Fold's main screen is 7.3in (18.5cm) when unfolded the Fold's other display is 4.6in the Fold measures 17mm (0.67in) thick at its widest point when closed

Posted with Passle on 26/02/2019 by Martin Kershaw at 2Circles Consulting




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