Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event confirmed for July

has confirmed that its Galaxy Unpacked event will take place in July this year, instead of the usual August timeframe. The event is expected to showcase Samsung's newest devices, including mobile phones, smartwatches, and other wearables. The company said that the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event will take place in South Korea in July without giving other details. In addition, it did not reveal the precise launch date. The Unpacked event is set to take place at COEX in Samseong-dong, Gangnam. According to 91mobiles, Samsung made some statements about the foldable phones hinting at their imminent launch. The report believes that the next-gen Fold and Flip phones from Samsung will arrive at this event.

TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile eXperience (MX) Business at Samsung Electronics said

“The foldable category embodies Samsung's philosophy of delivering breakthrough innovation that pushes boundaries to reshape the future of mobile experiences. Hosting Unpacked in Seoul holds great significance both as it is a city that has become an emerging epicentre of innovation and culture as well as the foldable category.”

What is Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event?

Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event is a showcase of the company's latest devices. The event is typically held twice a year, with one event in January or February for the Galaxy S lineup, and another in August for the Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip foldables. The event is a big show, with everything from new phones to smartwatches on the agenda.

As we said earlier, the usual time frame for this event is August. However, for some reason best known to the company, it has decided that this event should come early this year. According to SamMobile, Samsung is considering having the event during the final week of July, specifically somewhere between July 25–27.

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What can we expect from the event?

While Samsung has not yet revealed what devices will be showcased at the event, reports suggest that the company will unveil its newest mobile phones. There are also rumours of smartwatches and the phones will likely be foldable phones. Last year's Galaxy Unpacked event followed a similar theme to the previous year's event. At last year's event just like the year before last, Samsung focused on foldable phones and wearables. Thus, it is likely that the company will follow the same trend this year. 

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According to 91mobiles, “the company will most likely unveil the Galaxy Z Flip 5, and Galaxy Z Fold 5 during the event”. In addition, Digitaltrends claim that it will also reveal the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, and premium Galaxy Buds 2 Pro wireless headphones at the event.

How can I watch the event?

Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event will be a virtual – only event, similar to the past few Unpacked events. The best place to watch the event will be from Samsung's official YouTube channel. Samsung will also publish all the new details from the event on its newsroom landing page.

Final Words

Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event is a highly anticipated event that showcases the company's latest devices. This year's event is taking place in July, instead of the usual August timeframe, and is expected to feature Samsung's newest mobile phones, smartwatches, and other wearables. The event will be virtual – only and can be watched on Samsung's official YouTube channel.

This event is a huge event for the tech industry. As one of the leaders in the industry, many people look up to what Samsung has to offer. The event also presents a good chance to showcase top techs and offer the world a glimpse into what the future holds. What do you think about the Samsung event? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below

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