2 foldable devices will be unveiled soon!Samsung 811 does Galaxy Unpacked | Chasing the new | Wonderful Malaysia

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After numerous leaks and rumors, Samsung finally confirmed that it will hold the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 11. According to the teaser video released by the company, we can expect to see the next generation of foldable devices at the press conference.

Samsung said in the Galaxy Unpacked announcement post: “From the rapid transition of work culture to the rise of cutting-edge communication technology, we are living in an era of accelerated change.”

“Now more than ever, more flexible and versatile mobile devices are needed to keep up with our fast-paced life, so that we can enjoy every moment to the maximum.”

According to previous leaks, we already know that Samsung will hold the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 11th, but Samsung officially announced this news a few days ago.

-Picture taken from SoyaCincau-
-Picture taken from SoyaCincau-

As Samsung wrote “Get ready to unfold” in the trailer, we can expect the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 to be unveiled at this conference. We have of course seen the renderings of these devices because they were exposed online last week.

-Picture taken from SoyaCincau-
-Picture taken from SoyaCincau-

In addition, fans can also look forward to seeing devices such as Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4, which will be Samsung’s first two smart watches, while using the new Samsung One UI Watch interface in Google Wear, marking them even more Moving away from Tizen operating system.

Importantly, the Korean smart device giant will also launch Galaxy Buds 2, which are their new wireless headsets with active noise reduction.

Fans who are interested can watch the Galaxy Unpacked event at 10pm Malaysia time on August 11 (Wednesday); this conference will be held atSamsung Press RoomAnd website live broadcast. For more details, please visit their newsroom post on the Galaxy Unpacked event.

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