Chinese firm TCL Communication has unveiled its own flexible display as it looks to offer an alternative to the new foldable phones from Huawei and Samsung.
Author Martyn Landi
Sony is to launch the “world’s first” smartphone with a 4K-resolution OLED display – similar technology to modern televisions – the company has announced.
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HMD Global has announced a string of new Nokia smartphones, including one with a five camera lens system that the firm says is the first for a phone.
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Foldable phones, 5G and better smartphone cameras are expected to be the main talking points when the Mobile World Congress technology trade show begins in Barcelona next week.
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