We all have phones, and for the most part, they all largely look the same: big touchscreens with a camera or two on the back. But this year, mobile makers are dabbling once again, and that's good news all round.
It's not just phones, tablets, and foldable computers that Huawei is getting into, revealing three computers at Mobile World Congress, too.
It's not just Huawei and Samsung that have shown us a foldable phone, with TCL showing something off in that category, too. But TCL owns Alcatel, so does that mean a modestly priced foldable is on the horizon?
Big names left, right, and centre are showing new phones at Mobile World Congress, and that includes Sony, which has a big phone in a way we've not seen for a while, offering a cinema-style screen.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold may be the first foldable phone you've heard of, but Huawei's will be the one that really catches your attention.