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Berlin's gigantic IFA consumer electronics fair opens this week, with the shadow of Apple looming large even if the iconic American brand traditionally snubs the event.Some analysts are expecting Apple to unveil an iPhone 6, marking a move into the "phablet" sector, a cross between smartphone and tablet which is proving particularly popular among mobile gamers in countries such as South Korea and China.Samsung is Apple's archrival and it looks set to unveil as early as Wednesday a new version of its giant-sized smartphone, the Galaxy Note 4 .It was at the IFA in 2011 that Samsung unveiled its first-ever phablet, creating a new market segment into which competitors quickly followed. Rumors of Apple's iWatch pushed both Samsung and its compatriot LG to release the first details of their new wrist devices already last week, ahead of their launch in Berlin.
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