Samsung has released a teaser for its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, with video indicating that the event will include the launch of multiple smartphones, along with an update to the Galaxy Buds and a new round-faced chip.
The 30-second trailer consists of quick cuts between production lines and opaque concepts in video clips, while also informing that the event will take place within Samsung Digital City on August 5. Very little informationon is provided on what kind of products to expect, but a photo at the end of the silhouettes of the device offers some clues.
Dark outlines indicate that there will be some form of smart with headphones, a tablet, a Note-style smartphone and either two back-to-back smartphones or a new Galaxy Fold.
Rumors regarding the product line claim that a “Galaxy Fold 2” or “Galaxy Z Fold 2” is on the cards, which may include the switch from a plastic screen used in the first Galaxy Fold to glass, as well. than an enlarged internal screen and S Pen support. The device would follow after the release of the Galaxy Z Flip, which launched in February while a 5G model shipped on July 22.
The new Note model is expected to feature the typical improvements, but rumors suggest there could be a three-camera array with a “Space Zoom” feature and increased S Pen functionality.
The Galaxy Buds Live are believed to be the sequel to the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Buds, and take the form of bean-shaped headphones. In this iteration, which is expected to cost $ 169, the Galaxy Buds Live are expected to have touch controls, as well as a dedicated app to manage settings like active noise cancellation and EQ.
Rumors about the Galaxy 3 suggested it would include some form of drop detection, similar to Apple’s functionality. Following a fall, it will ring for one minute to cause a response, then after a failure, it will send a location and a short audio recording to the emergency contacts.
A unique feature is a purported support for hand gestures. It is claimed by XDA that it would be able to answer a phone call on the Galaxy itself by detecting the user clenching and opening their fist.
A supposedly hands-on video for the Galaxy 3 from TechTalkTV gives a better look at the device, with additional details including IP68 water resistance, a 5ATM rating, and blood pressure, heart rate and blood pressure sensors. ECG.
While not mentioned in the teaser, it’s likely that Samsung will use the event to offer more details on its intention to accept Apple Card with its own debit card. Following an initial disclosure in May, Samsung has remained relatively silent on the product, but has indicated it will provide more informationon “in the coming weeks.”