Microsoft plans to launch its first foldable Surface device in 2020. This model can run Android apps, integrated with 5G technology.
Market research company IHS Markit told Forbes that Microsoft is planning to introduce a foldable smartphone in early 2020.
“This model is expected to have two 9-inch, foldable screens with a 4: 3 aspect ratio,” Jeff Lin, vice president of consumer electronics at IHS Markit, told Reuters. Forbes in an email.
It can run on the new version of Windows 10 operating system, combined with WCOS (Windows Core OS), the interface is optimized for folding screen smartphones.
The first foldable Surface model may be equipped with an Intel 10 nm chip. Besides, this model will run Android application, support iCloud service. Features always connected LTE or 5G may also appear on the device.
In early 2019, Huawei introduced the Mate X model, Samsung brought to the Galaxy Fold. These are two notable folding screen models, which are expected to change the face of the mobile market. However, these devices are experiencing many hardware and software problems.
As planned, Samsung sold the Galaxy Fold on April 26 for $ 1,980. However, a week prior to the shelves, Galaxy Fold encountered many different errors, including the problem of half screen loss of visibility, the appearance of protrusions in the area of the screen fold …
Follow Gsmarena, a Samsung leader shared that the Galaxy Fold will go on sale in July. The company will also hold an event to introduce this model before the device is sold.
The Galaxy Fold’s most serious competitor is the Huawei Mate X, which costs $ 2,600 and is expected to hit shelves by mid-year. However, the Mate X’s release date has also been delayed until September.
* Source: zing News