[Updated] Samsung Foldable phone may not support 5G, unveiling possible at MWC 2019


[Updated] Samsung Foldable phone may not support 5G, unveiling possible at MWC 2019
[Update: Samsung to show off its Galaxy S10 lineup and first Foldable phone on February 20] During this year's CES show, Samsung presented its Foldable phone prototype to its business clients in a closed-door meeting and said to be launched in the upcoming month. According to The Bell, Samsung's Foldable phone may not come with 5G network support and in plans to unveil the Foldable Phone by next month at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) starting on 25 Feb 2019. The foldable features dual-screen that look like a standard smartphone when folded it is a modest 4.58-inch OLED touchscreen display phone, while unfolded it becomes a 7.3-inch tablet.

Samsung showcased Foldable phone at CES, launch planned for the first half of 2019

Although, some of the officials from other companies who gripped the phone said the device is still on its development stage and need optimizations in design but the company assured to them that there are minor issues and will be fixed before the actual release. Apart from the sources, Samsung hasn't officially announced the release date. Though, if the foldable is not featuring 5G and a launch scheduled for MWC, the company have enough time to check and solve those occurred issues with Foldable phone.