Samsung has released a teaser which reveals almost all the products which will be presented during the event of 5 August.
Teaser released by Samsung. © Samsung
The Samsung fans are looking forward to the event Unpacked 5 August, during which the Korean giant will present its new high-end smartphones : the Galaxy Note 20 and its variants. But in addition to this new series of smartphones, the Korean giant is going to present other products. Previously, he had even indicated that a total of 5 new products would be unveiled during the event.
And a new teaser published by the manufacturer indicates to us what are these new products. In the video below, published by the YouTube channel of the manufacturer, shows silhouettes that leave no room for doubt. In addition to the new Galaxy Note (with its variants), Samsung will also introduce a new smartphone foldable, a new tablet, a new watch connected, as well as a new headset.
Moreover, rumors about these devices are already on the canvas. After those, the Galaxy Note 20 should have a variant Score 20+ as well as a variant Note 20 Ultra. The new smartphone foldable, which might be called Galaxy Fold 2, successor to the Galaxy Fold, unveiled in 2019. The new shows connected would be the Galaxy Watch 3 and the new wireless headphones would be the Galaxy Buds Live. And as for the new tablet, it would be the Galaxy Tab 7.
Rumors had also raised the possibility that Samsung presented a version 5G, and most powerful of the Galaxy Z Flip at this event. But ultimately, this product was presented this month of July.
Microsoft as the surprise guest ?
Alternatively, in addition to these new devices, Samsung could also unveil a new partnership with Microsoft. It must be remembered that the two companies are very close. And for example, last year, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, participated to the event Unpacked from Samsung as a special guest to present a novelty of the application to Your Phone (an app which allows you to sync Android smartphones and Windows PCS) available on the Galaxy Note 10.
This year, according to the rumors, a new partnership between Samsung and Microsoft could be announced around the cloud gaming service xCloud. Like Stadia (Google), xCloud will play streaming to AAA-titles on smartphones. This service is currently being tested in beta, but it will be available from the month of September.
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