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TechnikNews Weekly # 184: Realme 8 test, Apple M1 iOS apps, Samsung Galaxy Book Fold and more

TechnikNews Weekly # 184
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Summer is practically drawing to a close - September has already begun - that TechnikNews Weekly of course not. Issue 184 today has a fresh test report, a practical guide and rumors about a new, foldable laptop.

Nice that you are checking out the Weekly again. This week we are again summarizing the three most-clicked news from the past technology week here in compact form. From Realme to Apple to Samsung, we have all the topics mixed up again.

Realme 8: value for moneyprofi im TechnikNews-Test

Fabian convinced the Realme 8 very much at its offered price - and at least very much interested you. This review ranked it # 1 in the past week TechnikNews-Charts for our TechnikNews Weekly done. With this smartphone, Realme would like to make a statement in the entry-level class, because customers currently get a high-quality OLED panel, an ultra-wide-angle camera, a 170 mAh battery and much more for only 5.000 euros. The Realme 8 did not allow itself any major weaknesses review:

Install iOS and iPadOS apps on Apple M1 Mac

For a few months his own Proprocessor from Apple, the M1 chip, on the market. This drives some of Apple's new Macs and will probably soon have its successor. But that's not the point here - David clarifies in his TechnikNews- Guide on how iOS and iPadOS apps can be easily installed on the Apple M1 Mac. Just click into the guide:

Don't just fold your laptop, but fold it: the Samsung Galaxy Book Fold is coming

Samsung recently launched the third generation of the Samsung galaxy z fold presented. But it shouldn't stay that way, as a new leak is supposed to confirm. Samsung probably has a foldable laptop up its sleeve. The Galaxy Book Fold could consist of two large displays, which are folded together like the Galaxy Z Fold. Samsung had already presented concepts of this type of laptop at a trade fair. Now one of them is likely to make the leap onto the market:

TechnikNews Weekly: More articles from the last week

You haven't had enough of news, tests and advice from the world of technology? Neither do we - the summer slump isn't really there anymore. However, we still have some news in store:

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