In 2018, LG and Huawei announced that they're working on 5G phones slated for launch sometime this year. Turns out we'll see them both very, very soon: The companies will be unveiling the first devices that comply with 5G standards at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this February. According to Android Police, Huawei revealed that it's showcasing a 5G smartphone with foldable display at a 5G launch event in Beijing. The Chinese company didn't keep it a secret that it's developing a foldable 5G mobile device, but Huawei chief Richard Yu said in October last year that it hasn't been fine-tuned for customer use yet. While it's not clear how much it has improved since then, we'll still likely see prototype at the event.