Samsung ultimately confirmed that the Samsung Unpacked event will be bringing the next crop of foldable, new watches, as well as TWS earbuds. The event will be taking place on August 11, at 10 AM EST. In the last decade and more, we’ve seen smartphone modernization changing our quotidian lives. The metaphysical shapes represent the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3, though the teaser has been taken down.
We will be giving a roundup of what’s about to unfold. That is if Samsung doesn’t say sike and hit us with a major surprise. The Samsung Unpacked invite teases two of the substantial announcements, being Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3.
Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for August 11. The tech behemoth is expected to be launching two new foldable devices, smartwatches, and truly wireless earbuds in the Galaxy’s Unpacked event.
This will just be a roundup of what’s close to unfolding. That’s if Samsung doesn’t say sike and hit us with a serious surprise. The invite teases two of the substantial announcements being –
Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be the major highlight of Samsung Unpacked event
The Z Fold 3 confirms support for the Galaxy S Pen, which might it the sole handset apart from the Note series and Galaxy S21 Ultra to be ready to use the Samsung Stylus. With the addition of the S pen, we hope that has improved the sturdiness of the display, so it doesn’t get defaced through frequent use of the S pen. Rumors are suggesting that because it is going to be using the strongest panel on a folding phone yet.
It contains a 7.5-inch AMOLED inner screen, a 6.2-inch cover display, Snapdragon 888, 12 GB of RAM, and 256GB/512GB of internal storage. This may generate less heat than the Galaxy S21 which can definitely help in gaming. No great news for camera fanatics as it’s rumored that the camera could be more or less just like the one in Z Fold 2, though equivalent hardware we could software updates
Galaxy Z Flip 3
It’s expected to possess equivalent improvements because of the Z Fold 3 (a less premium version). Can also accompany a more durable screen, improved thermals, S-Pen support, and new water resistance, and a rather larger exterior display. The specs aren’t clear but Samsung is getting to make its foldable cheaper.
Galaxy Watch 4 will be exciting to watch at Samsung Unpacked event
First of the batch of wear and tear OS devices created together with Google, making it the primary Galaxy Watch to not run on Samsung’s custom Tizen OS. It should be having decent battery life and efficient performance. The OS will still have some beauteousness tweaks alongside the company’s OneUI philosophy. There also may well be an active version for all you sporty folks out there.
Galaxy Buds 2
Here comes Samsung’s endowment towards an already cram-full wireless headphone market with another pair of truly wireless earbuds. But they’ll probably be having noise-canceling at an inexpensive price (honestly which one doesn’t have noise-canceling anymore). Hope that they can recreate the excellent sound quality of previous Galaxy Buds, with better usability.
Where to watch the Galaxy Unpacked Event?
The Galaxy Unpacked event has been scheduled for August 11 at 10 a.m. ET. You can tune into it on Samsung’s website to watch the event.
The most awaited Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be launched at Samsung unpacked:
Samsung has been going at the folding phones hard and is ahead of all its competitors. Galaxy Z Fold 3 is the company’s state-of-the-art buff flagship. The Z Fold 3 confirms support for the Galaxy S Pen, which is the only other handset aside from the Note series and Galaxy S21 Ultra that use the Samsung Stylus. Along with the addition of the S pen, we hope that there will be an improvement in the durability of the display so that it doesn’t get defaced through frequent use of the S pen. Rumors suggest that it will be using the strongest panel ever used on any folding phone.
It is said to contain a 7.5-inch AMOLED inner screen, a 6.2-inch cover display, Snapdragon 888, 12 GB of RAM, and 256 GB/512 GB of internal storage. This will generate less heat than the Galaxy S21, which is a pro device for mobile games. No great news for camera fanatics as it is rumored that the camera might be more or less the same as Z Fold 2, but we can expect some software updates. It would be an IPX8 water-resistant and an under-display front-facing camera (the first one of its kind in Samsung).
Galaxy Z Flip 3 is also happening:
It’s expected to have the same improvements as the Z Fold 3 (a less premium version), so features wise we can say it’s “all the above”. It may also come with a better durable screen, improved thermals, S-Pen support, and new water resistance, and a slightly larger exterior display. The specs aren’t yet clear, but Samsung is planning to make a foldable cheaper.
Many hopes on Galaxy Watch 4:
First of the batch of Wear OS devices created in collaboration with Google, making it the first Galaxy Watch to not run on Samsung’s custom Ti zen OS. It is expected to have decent battery life and efficient performance. The OS will still have some beauteousness tweaks along with the company’s One UI philosophy. There also might be an Active version for all you sporty folks out there.
Galaxy Buds 2:
Here comes Samsung’s endowment towards an already cram-full wireless headphone market with one more pair of truly wireless earbuds. There’s not much info about what they’ll be bringing to the table. But they’ll probably be having noise-canceling at an affordable price (honestly, which one doesn’t have noise-canceling anymore). Hope that they can recreate the excellent sound quality of its predecessor, with better usability.
Rumors suggest that Samsung is looking to make its folding phones cheaper
The price is the second-biggest concern of any foldable smartphone, durability being the first, of course. These devices may be up to 20% cheaper, the Z Fold 3 might drop to $1,600-1800, and the Z Flip 3 down to around $1000-$1100. Maybe not exactly affordable but significantly cheaper than their forerunners nevertheless.
Sad news to note fans, the Galaxy Note has been canceled is what we hear from our sources, as of now at least. Everyone knows that it’s the time of the year when there will be an announcement on the new Note, but seems like Samsung is riding with the foldable for now. If you liked this article (or if it helped at all), please leave us a comment below or share it with friends, so that they can get updates like these too.