Huawei, the leading smartphone brand in China is reportedly preparing to introduce premium phones with the highest screen size ever. This has been revealed by a renowned South Korean publication – The Bell, that the Chinese tech giant has placed an order of 6.9-inch OLED panels with the South Korean tech leader Samsung.

The citing industry source further claims that Samsung Display is currently providing samples of flat 6.9-inch OLED panels to Huawei while the full-fledged supply of the OLED screens is expected to begin by the end of Q3. These display panels are likely to be introduced on the upcoming Huawei ventures in Q4 this year or Q1 2019.

As Huawei launched the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro in October last year, the timing of Supply suggests that that the Chinese manufacturer may use OLED panels on Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro smartphones that are expected to debut in the last quarter of this year. However, the Mate 20 may feature a 6.1-inch display like P20 Pro whereas the Mate 20 Pro may house the largest ever smartphone display of 6.9-inches in size.

While talking about other manufacturers, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is rumored to arrive with a 6.38-inch OLED screen whereas iPhone X Plus may house a 6.46-inch OLED display. In this way, Huawei is all set to overpower its rivals by introducing a 6.9-inch display on Mate 20 Pro.

Mate 20 Pro – Rumored Features

It was also reported in the recent months that the Mate 20 series may feature a Kirin 980 chipset under the hood that has scored 350,000+ on the benchmarking platform. Since Huawei has already introduced an in-display fingerprint sensor on Huawei Mate RS phone, it is likely that the Mate 20 Pro will also feature the same technology of enhanced security.

Huawei is apparently working on to introduce different features for the “first time ever” in the handset industry starting with the triple camera setup in P20 Pro and now leading towards the highest ever screen size.

It seems to be an exciting idea but will it not be difficult to keep Huawei Mate 20 Pro in our hands or even in our pockets? Express your views in the comments section below.