Apple iPhone 13 vs Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs Pixel 6: Vertical Hold Ep 337

With Samsung, Apple and Google readying their next flagships, we dive into what to expect and what new flagships really need to stand out in the smartphone market. Special Guest Fergus Halliday!

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This week, we’re all about the flagship smartphones — but not ones you can buy just yet.

With so many rumours and images and specifications and wild theories swirling out there on the Internet about the next generation of Samsung Foldables, what Apple’s really going to do with the iPhone 13 (or is it the iPhone 12s?), and where Google sees the future of its Pixel division, we figured it was time to nail down what we know, what we don’t and what’s even vaguely possible for this year’s flagship phones!

We’re joined by ex-PC World editor, Gizmodo contributor and freelance tech writer Fergus Halliday to dive into the murky world of smartphone rumours and speculation — listen, subscribe and let us know what you think below!

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