Huawei reportedly working on a device with Dual Edged 2K display

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    Seems like the Chinese isn't interested to give the Korean a leeway when it comes to dual edged displays. According to a new report Chinese OEM Huawei, who is also working on the Nexus device for this year, plans to launch a dual edged flagship device soon.

    Huawei reportedly working on a device with Dual Edged 2K display

    But yet again, this may yet be just another render of a dual edged display in the making. We have previously seen dual edged display renders from Xiaomi dubbed Mi Edge and LG dubbed the G Edge, hence we are kind of cynical regarding the new leak.

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    Nevertheless the info regarding the Huawei device which first cropped up in Weibo states that the device in works will sport a 2K Super AMOLED display manufactured by Samsung. Considering the recent report of Huawei sourcing AMOLED panels from Samsung, this might truly be possibility.

    But again Huawei using a 2K display is a difficult to digest, considering the fact that the company officially confirmed that they were against 2K display in smartphones as that increase the cost of the device to great accent, and that too unnecessarily.

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    Further we believe that in case the rumours tunr out to be true, the device will sport a Kirin SoC. Huawei though had opted for a Snapdragon 810 SoC for the Nexus 2015, but that was mainly due to Google's instructions.

    Not much details about the rumoured device is available as of now, but we expect to hear something soon enough. Do note that this is still a rumour so do take it with a pinch of salt.


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