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Samsung folding phone breaks

Samsung Folding Phone: Broken Screen, Broken Dreams

Not to be hasty, but Samsung’s folding phone fiasco seems to be a classic case of haste makes waste. All excited, Samsung handed out the ‘game-changing’ Galaxy Fold to well-known media outlets to let the reviewers do what they do best. And in a true horror outcome for Samsung, the screens on almost all the review units started showing signs of damage within a mere day of use!

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iPhone Xs MAX vs Galaxy S10+

Galaxy S10+ VS iPhone Xs Max – Battery Edition

Since the launch of the Galaxy S10+, it has been continually pitted against the iPhone Xs Max, and for a good reason too. It’s the only Samsung phone that has a chance against the supersized 2018 iPhone model. In the S10+ vs XS Max speed test, the former has definitively outshone the latter. And now, we’ve taken the next step with a battery life comparison. So, let’s see which one wins this round.

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iPhone Xs Max or Samsung Galaxy S10+: Which is the Better Phablet?

The battle of the brands continues as one giant tech takes on another in a head-on competition. With Samsung’s latest launch of their flagship S10 series, their S10+ is Apple’s biggest competitor yet. And the odds aren’t looking all too great for the Cupertino-based company. So, let’s compare and see what the iPhone Xs MAX versus Samsung Galaxy S10+ clash is about.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 vs iPhone Xs

Galaxy S10 vs iPhone Xs: The Battle of the Best

Well, well, well! What do we have here? If it isn’t the battle of the two biggest tech brands, each presenting their favorite champion – Samsung with the Galaxy S10 and Apple sending forth the iPhone XS – begging us to let them go to war. Well, their wish is our command! Blow the battle horn, lads, because these two warriors are ready to fight it out!

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Apple's Manufacturing Plant India

How Apple India is Expanding its Manufacturing Base

Apple Inc., the world’s second-largest tech company, just stepped in to join the Make in India movement. The company, along with one of its suppliers, Wistron Corporation, reportedly bought about 43 acres of land in Karnataka to set up a manufacturing plant. With an investment of Rs 682 crores, Wistron is looking to increase Apple’s share in the Indian mobile market, which has shown a booming growth in the last quarter. Read more