Huawei is growing in the mobile market. The company has announced the highly praised P20 and P20 Pro recently, and is about to announce Honor 10, flagship Honor Line. Knowing this force it is acquiring, the company is making big plans now. One of them is the development of a foldable smartphone.
While the Galaxy X is slated to release foldable handsets early next year, there are rumors that the Chinese phone could be released later this year, more precisely in November. This device would also use a screen of the compatriot Samsung, LG.
There are those who say that in November Huawei announces only the screen that will be used in the coming smartphone, leaving the product for the beginning of next year, next to the Galaxy X. This screen would be folded inwards, since apparently the development of a screen folded out is more difficult.
The company may also have one more competitor, more precisely Apple. Rumors claim it is also working on a foldable smartphone, which should also have LG’s screen, rather than the current Samsung supplier.
Finally, it may be that Huawei announces only a prototype, a test version, to see the acceptance of consumers, to start there mass production of this product, even for financial reasons, because a development of this size is certainly expensive.
Huawei innovated with the P20 Pro triple camera, bringing the smartphone with the best camera quality on the market. The Chinese giant has been working on new technology to enhance the visual experience with its upcoming smartphones, patent registration reveals. Huawei Technologies applied for a patent on September 30, 2016 at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), but was published only now, on the 5th.
Entitled “3D Display Method and User Terminal,” the Huawei patent aims to record 3D images in a normal view. Your smartphone can use a built-in camera to detect the user’s viewing angle and determine a 3D projection angle based on that. The patent also shows the presence of an auxiliary camera. Together they determine the distance between the eyes and the mobile device. As soon as the user’s viewing angle changes, the 3D view also changes. This dynamic form of projection provides much more realistic effects, as Huawei describes in the patent.