When and How to Watch Samsung’s Upcoming Foldable-Centric Samsung Unpacked

The next Samsung Unpacked event comes alive July 26 at 7am ET/10am PT, with the company hosting a live event at its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. At the same time, Unpacked was to be live streamed on the company’s website Youtube channel. Based on the artwork for the event (and online rumors and leaks), it looks like Samsung is touting that something big will be in the works for the Galaxy brand later this month.

After I’m taking my time early this year To introduce the Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra among a range of new laptops, Samsung’s latest tech demo seems to be dedicated to more than just the upcoming foldable devices. The hint in the teaser “Join the back side” is an obvious reference to the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 5, but misses out on the much more expensive cousin, the Z Fold 5, which is also expected to launch.

Samsung is already hoping you’ll be willing to spend money on its phone, although we don’t have official information on the ticket price yet. The company is support financially Customers will receive a $50 pre-order credit towards their next Galaxy device.

The Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 have seen a slew of leaks recently, including some early renderings This showed that the device folded much flatter than previous Z Fold 4 devices, which could eliminate unsightly gaps and reduce wrinkles inside the screen. rumours I also mentioned that the Flip could accommodate a much larger external screen than previous versions. Other leaks state that the specs of the Fold 5 will only make a small jump from those of the Fold 4 with the same Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. The phone might even keep the same 6.2-inch size, which if true could be disappointing for anyone hoping for a slightly smaller device.

Samsung finally has real competition for foldable devices

Google unveiled its $1,800 prize Pixel Fold at its I/O conference earlier this year. While we found this Pixel Fold was passable for high-end devicesin many cases he did not succeed in asserting himself categories compared to Samsung, although we liked the overall resultI design and and camera. During the fourth generation of Samsung’s foldable devices Increased screen fidelity and survivabilityThe Fold 4 was still a whopping $1,800. These devices devices Before most of the disadvantages, the price must be reducedUmer think about them as anything but a novelty.

Continue reading: Google Pixel Fold review: A foldable phone that still has some creases to iron out

While Brick-sized foldable devices remain at the high end, the next big step forward in foldable devices could be clamshell design. Earlier this year OnePlus has introduced its Oppo Find N2 Flip while Motorola has released its $1,000 Razr+ clamshell phone There are plans to sell a cheaper version with a smaller external screen later this year.

With other companies hot on its heels, Samsung may be hoping to prove its ability to iterate and innovate with the next release.

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