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Huawei’s next major device might feature a dual-edge display provided by Samsung

Discussion in 'SAMSUNG - What's New?' started by Roma, Sep 9, 2015.

  1. Roma

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    #Huawei is a successful manufacturer that already has a strong position in #China which also happens to be its home base, the company has been working to expand the reach of its mobile devices to other parts of the world. In order to effectively compete against major flagship smartphones in markets across Europe and North America the company needs to create devices that can hold their own against these rivals and if a new rumor is to be believed it just might be working on one such device.

    Rumor has it that Huawei is going to release a 2K smartphone next year, it will have a dual-edge Quad HD resolution Super AMOLED display from Samsung, and the panel itself might be supplied by Samsung. It’s unclear though what the actual size of this panel might be, apparently Huawei intends on manufacturing three million units of this handset per month which means that it might be Huawei’s biggest handset for 2016. Samsung isn’t against supplying competitors with components that it uses in its own devices, before the dual-edge Quad HD display is slapped on a Huawei device it’s much more likely that we’ll see BlackBerry’s latest handset tout the very same panel. So it’s quite possible that a Galaxy S6 edge-like device might be on the cards from Huawei in 2016.

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