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Samsung and Huawei go different ways on foldable and 5G phones

New phones could be priced up to $2,300, say analysts

Glen Murphy, head of Android UX at Google, speaks during the unveiling of Samsung's new "Infinity Flex" foldable display in 2018. (Photo courtesy of Samsung)

SEOUL/TAIPEI/HONG KONG -- Samsung Electronics launched its newest ad in New York's Times Square this month, a fitting place to tease consumers ahead of its widely expected smartphone launch this week. Giving just a peek at Samsung's new foldable phone, the flickering digital images looming over the city's theater district promised suspense and excitement worthy of Broadway's best.

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