This year’s Galaxy Unpacked event from Samsung is anticipated to take place on August 10 and include the Galaxy S23 Ultra as well as at least two new foldable smartphones and a few updated wearables.
Upcoming Foldables and Smartwatches
Evan Blass, a well-known tipper, just tweeted a picture emphasizing the reported date. Additionally, he stated that the event’s name would be “Unfold Your World,” which gives away a lot about what Samsung is most likely to present there. A few weeks later is most probable when the Indian launch will occur.
In the past, Samsung has tried to hold its flagship Galaxy Unpacked event at least a month or two ahead of Apple’s Fall event. To gain a head start on that year’s iPhones, this is being done.
If they truly conduct the event on August 10, it fits this approach perfectly since Apple likes to announce its new devices a week or so after sharing news about them in late August or early September. Apple’s fall event this year will probably happen on either September 6 or 13.
The first unofficial photos of the actual item that Samsung may be shipping to customers were earlier revealed by a tip. The Twitter post, it claims that a collection of pictures demonstrating the Galaxy Z Flip 4 in real life. The questioned device was the black model.
About the Samsung’s Launches
If rumours are to be believed, Samsung may introduce at least two new foldable, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and the Galaxy Fold 4, next month. In terms of the overall design, neither is anticipated to change significantly from current-gen counterparts. The same day, in advance of a debut on August 26, preorders might start.
As per the sources, The Z Fold 4 from Samsung will have 1TB of storage. If it turns out to be accurate, the maximum storage capacity of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 would be doubled.
The Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro are two new wearables that Samsung is anticipated to introduce. Recent leaks appear to confirm rumours that Samsung is getting rid of the physical rotating bezel.
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