We are very close to see a new Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2019. The last unpacked event was in February and presented us with the stellar Galaxy S10 series, the folded Galaxy Fold and a series of new wearable devices, including the Galaxy Buds.
There is no prize in guessing what will appear in the next unpacking, but there may be some surprises in the store on August 7th.
Below you can find what you can expect.
Time And Place Of Galaxy Unpacked 2019
But do we dive in, when and where does Galaxy Unpacked take place? It starts on Wednesday, August 7th at 16:00 ET (13:00 PT), and will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Galaxy Note 10 And Note 10 Plus / Pro
For the first time, Samsung is trying to create a series of notes. According to various rumors and losses, the standard Galaxy Note 10 and a larger version, called “Galaxy Note 10 Pro” or “Galaxy Note 10 Plus” will be released on August 7th. The Galaxy Note 10 should have a 6.3-inch AMOLED display, while the Galaxy Note 10 Plus / Pro can have a huge 6.8-inch AMOLED display. Both should have a perforating screen similar to that seen in the Galaxy S10 range, but this time with a selfie camera lens positioned in the center. It is also said that the new Note range will follow Apple, Motorola, and others by eliminating the headphone jack.
Unusually for a Samsung flagship, rumors and leaks have not yet been agreed on the specific hardware that we will see. Initially, this year’s flagship Snapdragon 855 should have taken its place in both Note models, but that hypothesis was removed from the water with the arrival of the updated Snapdragon 855 Plus. Early reports indicated that Samsung would ignore the latest processor to work with the original 855, but the most recent reports say otherwise, which creates some uncertainty as to which chip we will see. That being said, both phones will still have plenty of power, so don’t worry too much.
The Note 10 range will also include a powerful camera system. According to most of the rumors, we will see a triple-lens system on the back of both models, consisting of a 12-megapixel lens with variable aperture (which can have three apertures instead of two), an ultra-wide angle of 16 megapixels. angular lens and 12-megapixel zoom lens. The Pro / Plus model should also have additional depth detection targets called “DepthVison ToF”.
Galaxy Watch Active 2
The first Galaxy Watch Active Fitness portable device reached the last Galaxy Unpacked in February, but Samsung is already trying to update the range. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 is expected to be announced on August 5th and Galaxy Unpacked would be the natural place to receive a little more transmission time.
If you believe in the various leaks and rumors, not much has changed in the Galaxy Watch Active 2. The FCC approval documents show a design almost identical to the original Galaxy Watch Active, with a curved body and no rotating mechanical bezel. But what we can see is a big change in functionality. The leaked images that claim to come from the official Samsung marketing campaign show the watch with a leather strap, which could indicate that Samsung intends to watch the watch leave the gym and enter more everyday wear. It may also have LTE functionality.
Galaxy Tab S6
The Galaxy Tab S6 has already been revealed, but it does not exclude that Samsung shows its new tablet in Galaxy Unpacked. The new Galaxy Tab S6 is easier to hold than the Galaxy Tab S4, has an S Pen magnetic holder with wireless charging and an impressive 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display. But it is the keyboard that shows the biggest change. The keys are fast and responsive and the keyboard itself is spacious enough not to feel tight. This is particularly surprising since it also has a portable trackpad that you can use to make your keyboard experience much more natural.
It is powered by the Snapdragon 855 and comes with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory, or 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory. You’ll also get a MicroSD card slot for more. A huge 7,040 mAh battery should last all day. Prices start at $649 for tablets and S Pen, but the keyboard will cost an additional $179.
At the moment there are very few folding smartphones in the world and we think the Samsung Galaxy Fold would be available for free after it was announced in the last Galaxy Unpacked. Unfortunately, problems with the flexible screen led to the recall of phone review units and postponement of the launch. Fortunately, Samsung claims to have solved these problems and set September as the date for the Galaxy Fold re-launch.
So, does that raise mean we will see more Galaxy Folds in Galaxy Unpacked on August 7th? Perhaps, but it is not a certainty. While Samsung may need a little more attention to make sure the world knows that the Galaxy Fold is fixed and approaching, you may not want to obscure the launch of the new Note 10 range. Keep your ears open, but don’t do it Be surprised if Samsung decides to keep the Galaxy Fold at the lowest level for now.
What About The Galaxy Home?
Amazon and Google can govern the smart speaker, but this has not prevented Samsung from launching its rival on Amazon Echo and Google Home.
Despite having announced the product in an unpacked Galaxy in August 2018, Galaxy Home was AWOL for some time. Initially, we intended to welcome Bixby’s new home in the spring of 2019, but that date came before they told us that Samsung is now aiming for a launch in the fall of 2019. So, they needed a little more time to line up.
Only in December 2018, there were rumors that Samsung was already working on another Galaxy Home. In May 2019, he honored us with a “Galaxy Home Mini”. Without starting the original Galaxy Home smart speaker.
This could be forgivable if in the meantime we had heard about the original Galaxy Home, but we didn’t. Look for “Galaxy Home” in the Samsung Press Room and in recent months there have been only a few mentions of the smart speaker. An article focusing on Samsung’s latest IoT devices since February 2019 mentions the speaker once. Apparently, an article on the future of connected life seems appropriate to completely ignore the device, it does not mention it once. If we didn’t know better, we would suspect that Samsung wants us to forget it.
If Samsung doesn’t want us to forget about Galaxy Home, you should probably spend some time talking about the speaker in this Galaxy Unpacked. Otherwise, we can completely forget that it exists when the next unpacking arrives.
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