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Apple Is Setting Up To Debut In Foldable Market in 2026 To Challenge Samsung’s Dominance

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Samsung and Apple are two common brands that play a catfight to introduce new products and features to compete with each other. Now Apple will reportedly begin mass production of its first foldable iPhone in late 2026. 

Apple is the toughest contender in the tech industry, but despite that, it has yet to introduce its first foldable device. Finally, it appears that Apple is conscious of debuting in the foldable market, as a report says Apple will begin mass production of its first foldable iPhone by the end of 2026. 

On the other hand, Apple’s biggest rival, Samsung, is already about to debut its sixth-generation foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. An admirable fact is that, after facing tough challenges in China, Samsung is leading the global foldable market. But once Apple debuts in the foldable market, the Korean giant will undoubtedly have to face more challenges and fight for a leading position in the foldable market. 

The competition is getting savage, and its peak could be seen when the first foldable iPhone hits the market. It is being reported by a tipter that Apple is set to start mass production of a foldable iPhone. Although Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously revealed that the company could introduce a 20.3-inch MacBook with a foldable display in 2027,. 

Display supply chain insider Ross Young also pointed out Apple’s development of a 20-inch foldable hybrid device, set for a 2026 or 2027 release. A well-reliable source, Mark Gurman, also stated that he was “exploring a dual-screen, foldable MacBook/iPad hybrid.” If the reports are to be believed, Apple has “accelerated” its work on foldable devices. It is also reported that Apple is exploring 7.9-inch and 8.3-inch screen sizes for a foldable iPhone.


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Samsung to Release Galaxy Z Fold 6 ‘Slim’ in October: No S-Pen, Limited Market

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A new Samsung Galaxy device named Galaxy Z Fold 6 ‘Slim’ is on the list of Korean giants to introduce late this year. This device will be thinner than the actual Galaxy Z Fold 6. Let’s take a closer look at what the new report is saying. 

The new report says that the Korean giant is working on a new slimmer device that will be the second and thinner version of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6. However, the slimmer version will arrive with limited availability and potentially miss some features. This comes as Samsung faces increased competition from other brands that are offering more innovative and advanced foldable devices. 

The reason behind this new edition appears to be to stand as a strong competitor in the foldable market again. Since then, Samsung has lost its market lead. The fan community is eagerly waiting and excited about a rumored thinner, cheaper Fold 6, but Samsung seemed unsure about releasing it. Now a tipter on suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim will be named the Samsung W25 in China. This means the device is coming to China; however, it is also rumored to be arriving in Korea under the prior branding. 

He also hinted that the device will be lighter, thinner, and larger than the actual Galaxy Z Fold 6. This thinner variant will be released in October and does not support S-Pen. 

For now, the brand is actively focusing on launching the sixth-generation foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6, at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event on July 10, 2024. 

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Samsung Galaxy S25 and S25+ Camera Specs Leaked

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The Samsung Galaxy S25 series, which includes three variants—the Galaxy S25, Galaxy S25+, and Galaxy S25 Ultra—is first in line to debut in early 2025. The Ultra variant of the series is expected to bring significant camera upgrades. 

Even before any official announcement, leaks and rumors have already revealed some of the camera specifications of the Galaxy S25 series. According to a new report by GalaxyClub, the Galaxy S25 will feature a 50MP primary rear camera. On the flip side, the device will use the same 12 MP front camera as its predecessors, the Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S24. 

The 50MP primary camera and the 12MP selfie camera will also be used for the Galaxy S25+. whereas the ultra variant of the series is expected to feature a camera setup that includes a 200MP primary rear camera, a 50MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, and a 50MP telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom. 

Previously, it was rumored that the Galaxy S25, Galaxy S25+, and Galaxy S25 Ultra feature the Exynos 2500 chip in most markets and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 processor in China and the USA. Now the new report says that similar to the Galaxy S23 series, the upcoming Galaxy S25 series will also use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 processor since Samsung foundry is facing yield-related issues in the mass production of the Exynos 2500, so Samsung will likely use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chip in all the countries. 

All three phones will likely run Android 15-based OneUI 7.1 out of the box. Samsung will promise seven years of Android OS and security patches to this series and could also bring a bunch of Galaxy AI features. Reportedly, the Galaxy S25 could have a 4,000mAh battery, the Galaxy S25+ could have a 4,900mAh battery, and the Galaxy S25 Ultra could have a 5,000mAh battery.

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Galaxy S24 Ultra to Capture Exclusive Footage at Paris 2024 Olympics

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Samsung Electronics is collaborating with Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic to offer unique footage using the Galaxy S24 Ultra. 

Olympic enthusiasts get ready for an extreme viewing experience at the Paris 2024 Opening Ceremony on the Seine River and sailing competitions like never before. At the event, Samsung will render its advanced mobile technology and 5G connectivity to offer a closer perspective of these icons’ celebratory and competition moments. 

The Korean giant is convinced that its Galaxy smartphones help people connect with the world more deeply. Transparently, Samsung is a long-time Olympic partner, and now it is quite excited to bring the recently launched Galaxy S24 Ultra to capture unique footage for the Paris 2024 Games. This will surely add an extra layer of enhancement to the viewing experience. 

Within a month, the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games will take place outside of a stadium for the first time. Paris 2024 will see 10,500 athletes float down the Seine River in designated boats for each national delegation. The aim behind this is to be the most open and accessible opening ceremony in history. 

Samsung is adding a novelty at the event by mounting over 200 Galaxy S24 Ultra phones on the athlete boats, offering a close-up view of the athletes and the Parisian scenery. Undoubtedly, the smartphones will capture extreme premium HDR footage of the boat parade. Noticeably, a special 5G network will be set up along the Seine to deliver streaming of the footage to viewers worldwide. This will be the first-ever standalone 5G network in France. 

Weather conditions can be tough during sailing competitions, with strong winds, big waves, and scorching sun. To record premium-quality video and uninterrupted streaming, the Korean giant utilized the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s built-in OIS, boosted transmission power for the signal, and set up relay towers on boats to deliver a smooth connection. Samsung has offered more than 120,000 smartphones to athletes and staff since 1998. 

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