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On Pocketnow Daily, Huawei just posted a teaser for the Huawei P30 Pro that confirms previous rumors. Samsung is reportedly working on 2 more foldable phones for the near future. OPPO’s VP just spilled the beans on their new flagship’s specs. Apple is now repairing iPhones with specific third party components. We end today’s show with deals for the mid-2017 12in MacBook.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
– Samsung is planning two more foldable smartphones, despite being a luxury product

Samsung is planning two more foldable smartphones, despite being a luxury product


– Check out this official Huawei P30 teaser!

Check out this official Huawei P30 teaser!


– OPPO flagship: SD855, 8GB RAM, 256GB ROM, 10x lossless zoom, 4,065mAh battery

OPPO flagship: SD855, 8GB RAM, 256GB ROM, 10x lossless zoom, 4,065mAh battery


– Apple quietly began repairing iPhones with third-party batteries

Apple quietly began repairing iPhones with third-party batteries


– Hurry! Get a mid-2017 12-inch Apple MacBook for $799, save $500

Hurry! Get a mid-2017 12-inch Apple MacBook for $799, save $500

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  1. Out of the current foldables, I'd pick the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The Huawei is clearly the stunning one, but with the screen facing out, it'll be riddled with scratches in no time.

  2. 10 years from now companies will say…" We have build a phone which does not fold, we have listened to you" this non folding phone is so confortable to carry :-)..Imagine this in Jony Ive voice 😉 😉

  3. I like the engineering of the Galaxy Fold but when I saw the Mate X it folded it made me feel this could be the next evolution for the Note. I can see that grip section being a great location for the S-pen and it being a great way for Samsung to distinguish the Note line better now they've made the Galaxy S Plus so big. I'd be keen to see a Galaxy Fold device like the Mate X but see what Samsung can bring to the table.

  4. Why do people even want folding phones, looks impractical and unnecessary. It's like walking around using a tablet or an iPad instead of a smartphone. What's next? Transmutating phones that turn into a microwave

  5. Apple repairs: makes sense to accept 3rd party parts. In USA Apple stores are everywhere; elsewhere it's different. In China (where they are made!!!) there are only a handful of stores despite being the largest market on the planet! In my city (only 8 million!) the nearest store is 300 miles away. No-one will have a genuine Apple replacement battery here!!!

  6. Foldable=price of 2 flagship phones
    Flagship=price of 2 budget phones
    I'd rather get 4 Poco phones serves my whole family, still I'll be left with 600 bucks

  7. 2:33 I prefer the inward fold, like the Galaxy Fold, however, I'm sure Samsung can improve and bring larger screens, a pop-out camera (instead of the notch the current Fold has), an earphone jack or second USB port, and Galaxy Note features (assuming a flexible Wacom EMR digitiser is possible).

  8. As far as the new revolutionary phones are concerned I would like to see bezeless displays folded and unfolded with consistency. Huawei is close to it. Next series fron Samsung may do the trick. #nonotch