Whether you can’t wait to see the sequel from Samsung or you are just looking for something new you might want to tune in to Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked event on August 11. The company is expected to reveal several new products, including its first new smartwatch from Google announcement he would team up with the company to carry the torch for Android wearable devices.
It is also the first summer event of the 10 years since Samsung launched the Galaxy Note, the company won’t be announcing a successor to the phablet that helped spark the craze. Instead, we’re waiting for a pair of new foldable phones, one of which could help fill the tablet-sized void in your life. A wave of rumors and leaks means we’ve got a pretty good idea of what to expect next week, so let’s dive in.
We already know that foldable smartphones are being launched at this event, as Samsung essentially pitched the plan through a blog post. Samsung President TM Roh teased the two new foldable devices, the Third generation Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold.
The Z Flip folds like the functional phones from the past, while the Z Fold opens outward like a book to reveal a tablet-sized screen. Some leaks point to the Snapdragon 888 which powers both devices, with 8GB of RAM in the Z Flip and 12GB of RAM in the Z Fold. Both phones should have better water resistance, with the Z Flip protected by an IP68 rating and the Z Fold protected by a more robust IPX8 rating.
Beyond the usual build improvements, we expect the Z Flip 3 to have a 6.7-inch main internal flexible display and a 1.9-inch external display. This external display is a bit larger than the current 1.1-inch screen of its predecessor and will bode well for those hoping for more phone features on the outside. Many rumors alleged a 120Hz refresh rate for the Z Flip’s main screen, which would make even handheld grind games slick as butter. The Flip should have two compatible cameras, including a 12-megapixel rear camera and a 10-MP the front one. And what would Samsung’s fun foldable smartphone be without a touch of Color? The Z Flip 3 is rumor to arrive in eight colors: black, white, dark blue, light purple, green, a pinkish hue and gray for neutral lovers. It should also be more durable, which was a complaint about previous generations of the Z Flip.
For those who want less of a traditional phone and more of a hybrid device, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 could very well be your next choice. The Z Fold 3 is waited to have a 6.2 inch screen on the outside and a 7.55 inch screen on the inside. A recent FCC listing also revealed its compatibility with samsung Pen S style, which will be a godsend for anyone looking for tablet-worthy features. The S Pen doesn’t fit into the device like the Galaxy Note, but it will work with Air Actions.
Like the latest version of Galaxy Z Fold, the third generation Foldable tablet-phone will likely have an array of cameras. the buzz leads us to believe that there are three lenses, including a 12 MP primary, ultra-wide, and telephoto. There might even be a under-screen camera make an appearance on inside the device.
Android users are eager to hear details of the next batch of Samsung watches after Google revealed that the company would be the first to unveil the new version of the Carry the platform. There have been plenty of leaks on upcoming Galaxy Watches, which should be Galaxy Watch 4 Classic and Galaxy Watch 4, the latter packed with fitness-centric features to meet the needs of Watch Active users.
the Watch 4 Classic will be, as expected, have a more classic look and comes in three sizes: 42 mm, 44 mm and 46 mm. Small cuffs, there is still a classic watch for you. It is planned to play sports the durable Gorilla Glass DX + and will be available in aluminum and stainless steel options, with three color selections: a white and silver model, a gray and silver model, and an all black model.
the Galaxy Watch 4 will be oriented towards people who want a more fitness oriented watch. The Watch 4 seems to do it be made from aluminum and available in sizes 40mm and 44mm. It is also expected to work on a 5 nm processor, one that performs much better than what non-Samsung Android smartwatches currently run. The renderings display four color options, including black, silver, green, and gold.
Amazon Canada accidentally posted a listing for the Galaxy Watch 4, which revealed more features. It showed body composition analysis, advanced sleep monitoring, VO2 Max and SpO2, in addition to the usual continuous monitoring heart rate-surveillance. It will also have NFC technology and built-in GPS, as well as a 1.36-inch screen and a 361 mAh battery.
that of Samsung A user interface watch the experience was also disclosed, because users are eager to know how Samsung will shape the new Android portable operating system. A user interface will have an automatic app install, which means it will pick up the apps you have already installed on your phone, so you don’t need to find the companion app in what will hopefully be. will be a more well-stocked app store (one of the reasons for the Google-Samsung association). An improved watch face tool is also coming, which will make it easier for developers to take advantage of the Galaxy Watch’s other sensors and capabilities for more dynamic watch faces.
The last of device we are waiting to be announced at Samsung’s Unpacked event is the new generation Galaxy buds. They have long been awaiting a refresh, with the latest pair launched two years ago.
The Galaxy Buds 2 have been practically revealed in a series of leak makes. Expect smaller headphones without fin-shaped wings, and tThe charging case also appears to be a bit larger than the previous kidney-shaped one. There is no specific word that the headphones will offer active noise cancellation, although one reveal in a published GitHub repository seems to suggest otherwise. The so-called $ 100 to $ 150 price tag would make Galaxy Buds 2 a competitor for a slew of other affordable headphones on the market, namely the Pixel Buds Series-A and Nothing’s $ 100 headphones.
Stay tuned! We will update this as more information is released ahead of the event. Well, too Blog all live, so join us on Wednesday, August 11 at 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT to see what Samsung has in store.