Huawei patented a foldable smartphone with two displays

A couple of months ago we wrote that Huawei patented a foldable device with a design similar to the Galaxy Z Flip. Now the network has schematic images of another similar device of the company.

The new patent was shared by the Tigermobiles portal. It was registered with the Chinese Bureau CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration). The prototype smartphone has a dual camera and two displays. The first is the main one without cutouts and holes, and the second is additional. It’s much larger than the Galaxy Z Flip. Perhaps the size of this display is comparable to the 2.7-inch external OLED screen of the Motorola RAZR 5G.

Unfortunately, there are no new specifications yet. Considering that these are just patents, such a smartphone may not appear on the market at all.

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