Samsung has just announced how it feels their own zillionth event this years. But at least this is something we expected. The company just sent out invitations for Galaxy Unpacked on August 11 at 10:00 ET, and the event will only be held online.
In recent years, Samsung’s host launched its series of high-power Note phones in August. This time, however, there are more reports indicated that there would be no new remarks. This has become a more likely option now, after the company brought Pen support to its Galaxy S21 flagship models this year. The pen has been a hallmark of the Note line since its design and distinguished the series from the S-Mark siblings.
Instead of a new Note, we’re more likely to see new foldable phones like the upgrade Z Flip i Z bend 2 based on the call. Samsung has shown more flexible screen concepts in May, and although it could take a while until we see these designs in the actual product, the company is clearly continuing to work on the technology. Samsung too has confirmed that it will launch a new Galaxy Watch on this Unpacked, and the device will run the version Carry the OS he created with Google. There is also a good chance that Samsung will introduce new in-ear headphones because it has “Galaxy Buds 2” leaked two times this month.
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