Huawei has significantly improved its position in the global smartphone market over the past few years, the company now happens to be the third largest smartphone vendor in the world and it has no plans of stopping any time soon. To gain more traction across the globe the company needs to come up with really good devices that get people talking, according to a report Huawei might release one such device next year which is going to be quite similar to the Galaxy S6 Edge.
The report comes out of China from a well known source, apparently Huawei is going to produce three million units per month next year of a new smartphone that has the same dual-edge Quad HD Super AMOLED display as the Galaxy S6 Edge.
Not much information is available about the device’s specifications right now and we might not hearing anything substantial until next year, the report only says that its dual-edge curved Quad HD Super AMOLED display will come from Samsung.
Samsung is already believed to be supplying the exact same display panel to BlackBerry for its Venice slider smartphone so there’s nothing stopping the company really from supplying this panel to Huawei as well.