After a few rumors, Samsung has officially confirmed the date and time of its next hardware event. Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked 2020 will be on August 5 at 10 a.m. ET, or 7 p.m. The event is expected to see Samsung launch the next device in its Note series, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
Of course, the event will practically happen because of the ongoing epidemic as expected. Over the years, the event has been held in front of journalists and enthusiastic audiences.
More interesting than the introduction of the Galaxy Note 20 is likely that Samsung is also expected to release a new foldable phone. The device is a follow-up to the original Samsung Galaxy Fold and is rumored to be known as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. There will also probably be a clear bump and a camera upgrade.
Can’t wait to say what else Samsung will launch at the event. Perhaps it will discuss its smart home efforts and it may refer to its smart speakers. Notably, Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Home speaker in 2018, but it has yet to officially unveil the speaker to the public.
There have been several rumors about the Galaxy Note 20. Significantly, images of the device have been leaked recently, showing that it will provide a rectangular camera bump like the Galaxy S20 series with a few new colors while giving it a design similar to the previous generation Galaxy Note 10.
Under the hood, the device is expected to deliver a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, at least 8GB of RAM and at least 128GB of storage. The company may also release a Galaxy Note 20 Plus or Note 20 Ultra with a larger 6.9-inch display size than the standard device expected 6..7 inches display.
Samsung has released a teaser of the event, though it is a great mystery. The video shows a drop of copper color reading and splashing – and it could point to one of the Galaxy Note 20’s new colors.
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– Samsung Mobile (@samsmobile) July 7, 2020
The color copper has already been revealed by Samsung in press renders, so it’s no surprise.