Samsung’s Galaxy Note Unpacked event confirmed for August 5th 

Samsung Galaxy Note Unpacked - Feature Image

Samsung is all set to make a splash in the market with its new set of premium Galaxy Note and Fold smartphones. The South Korean manufacturer has announced its annual Galaxy Unpacked event for the year. It is scheduled to go live on August 5th, 7:30 PM IST. It will be Samsung’s online-only event, and probably its first global online event. Let’s talk about what to expect and what to not. 

The company’s invitations are usually cryptic and this one’s not different. But the leak realm always has something for us. Earlier this month, Samsung’s Russian website accidentally posted the images of a purported Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The leaked image showcased us the rear part of the device along with the S-Pen. The only explanation is that its a Galaxy Note series phone. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series 

Unlike last year, this year we don’t know much about this upcoming handset. The leaks realm has come quite empty-handed as far a the specs sheet is concerned. There are only a handful of rumours out there about the specs and features. Starting with a high refresh display at 120Hz, expect the usual bump in the hardware part. One of which will be a new processor (Snapdragon 865 and new Exynos chip). 

Samsung is expected to at least release two Notes, the regular and the ultra model. Expect a follow-up to the Galaxy Fold, which could reportedly be called Galaxy Z Fold 2, joining the branding of Galaxy Z Flip introduced earlier this year. It could feature a large 7.7-inch display, and a get a specs boost as well. 

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