Flexible screen foldable phones are still an unknown quantity in the smartphone equation. We know that first-gen foldable devices There were some issues and most of them are models Is quite expensive, and it is very much. Whether they take it beyond the initial hype and find their place in the smartphone is not clear, but one thing is certain. With each new device, prices will fall. The next rumor may be possible from Huawei. According to Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, Huawei will release a cheaper foldable phone this fall as well as the new Mate 40 series. Young commented in a YouTube interview on GregglesTV that the Chinese manufacturer is developing a folding phone. The design of this mysterious device deviates from the company’s first two out-folding foldable models – the Mate X and the Mate X.
“We expect Huawei to pursue both a clamshell and in-folding model, and we think they are struggling to come up with an ultra-thick glass solution for the clamshell right now. But we ask them to in- Hoping to do the A. The folding model will be priced later this year and quite aggressively. “ Young commented.
According to supply chain sources, possibly, Huawei has already ordered 500,000 units of this new foldable. What is meant by “aggressively priced” is not at all clear. The Huawei Mate Xs were priced at around $ 2,700 (2499 EUR), so the $ 2,000 device would also be considered significantly cheaper. Ross Young says the official announcement of Huawei’s new foldable is scheduled for this September or October. Watch the full video below (skip to the five minute mark).