Nokia To Showcase Folding Screen Phone at MWC2020?

- Advertisement -

Nokia is rumoured to be releasing their latest technology for folding-screen phones this year.

Quoting Phone Arena, HMD Global is rumoured to be introducing a Nokia folding screen phone in late 2020 or early 2021. The unknown product has already been made in prototype form, completed since mid-2019 then.

A tipster named Nokia Anew said the product was ready to be used this month so it might be brought to the MWC 2020 electronic event in Barcelona, ​​Spain, next month.

Until now, it is not yet known what form or specifications of the folding screen phone made by Nokia.

The phone is reportedly going to be folded in the form of Z, a double fold which is not currently available on folding screen phones that have been circulating in the market.

The folding screen phone from Nokia is said to be competing with the Motorola Razr, which is said to be the cheapest device in the folding screen phone segment for US $ 1,499 (approx. N541,000 naira in Nigeria).

Samsung, which had already made a folding-screen phone, sold Galaxy Fold for N825,000 naira in Nigeria (Check offer on Jumia).

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -
Tech Enthusiast | Gadget Lover | Architect | Content & SEO Expert @ SEOEXPERTS.COM.NG | Inter Milan Fan ⚽. Writing history one piece at a time. You can connect with me on social media using the buttons below. Cheers!

More from author


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related posts

Latest posts

Best Nigerian Food Recipe Apps For Android 2020

When we talk about food and which country in Africa cooks the best meals, we all think of Nigeria, and yes Nigeria is known...

8 Best Websites To Download Fonts For Free (2020)

Fonts play an important role in our business typography, not just business, sometimes how texts are being displayed on our phones, computers, and websites....

WHO Will Launch COVID-19 Application for Android and iOS

The coronavirus pandemic was followed by the emergence of many misinformation and hoaxes. The World Health Organization (WHO) plans to disseminate more information about...

Want to stay up to date with the latest news?

We would love to hear from you! Please fill in your details and we will stay in touch. It's that simple!