In August 2022, Samsung will introduce several new products, such as its foldable smartphones of Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Buds Pro 2, and a new color for the Galaxy S22 line. A leaker known for bringing first-hand information about smartphones and gadgets revealed an alleged poster of the Galaxy Unpacked event, along with its date. Check out all the information below.
Galaxy Unpacked for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 & Flip 4 Event Invite Leaked
According to new reports, it looks like Samsung is soon going to reveal its new foldable smartphones as early as August 10th, which is less than a month away. Apparently, an official advertising poster intended to announce the Galaxy Unpacked event has been leaked on the net.
Indeed, the journalist Evan Blass (@evleaks) revealed on his official Twitter an alleged poster of the new South Korean event. Check it out below:
**THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN EDITED TO OBFUSCATE CERTAIN DETAIL**
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— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 18, 2022
In this new leak, we also learn the possible release date of Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 . On it, you can see the same date, as well as an image of a smartphone. Given all the subtlety, this is almost certainly the Galaxy Z Flip 4, since its image was already leaked a few days ago.
The date of August 10 is quite logical since the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 were presented on August 11, 2021. Earlier there were also rumors that Samsung will start accepting pre-orders on August 16, and new items will appear on sale on August 26. Again, by comparison, Samsung’s current foldable models went on sale on August 27th.
It is expected that two very powerful smartphones equipped with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 will be presented, with improved batteries, cameras, etc. The smartphone will be more optimized in size, especially the Galaxy Z Fold 4, as it would become more compact but with a display with smaller bezels. In conclusion, Samsung is getting ready to present two folding that could really mark new peaks for their home market, which still sees extremely expensive devices.