Folding smartphones burst on to the scene in 2019, making the phone industry much more interesting having faced years of stagnation and same-y looking glass rectangles. It was a chance to show off designs, be more adventurous and do something different. And the best part about it: not one company launched a product exactly like another. For 2020 this particular market will undoubtedly develop further as new companies join in with their own iterations, and existing manufacturers mature and refine to make theirs better. While the cost may still be prohibitive for a lot of people, these are the devices to look forward to in the near future. Huawei officially unveiled its second generation folding smartphone in early 2020, and it features much of the same design and hardware capabilities of the original Mate X. It’s essentially an 8-inch tablet that folds outwards, leaving you with one large regular smartphone style screen on the outside.  It has a sturdier hinge than the first generation model and features fast 55W charging as standard. It’s quite big, and will need some form of protection in order to stop that screen from being damaged with use, but it feels solid, wel...