The Galaxy S21 FE on January 4th
According to a fresh report, Samsung could be hosting two Unpacked events early next year, including one for the Galaxy S21 FE in January, and the second event focused on Galaxy S22 series, on February 8th.
Up 35 percent faster on newer Galaxy devices
Samsung is still improving Bixby’s design and features, but it seems the later versions of the voice system will be 35 percent faster.
Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3 as stars of the show
Samsung has now confirmed an August 11th date for its next Galaxy Unpacked event, and the main stars of the show are likely to be the Galaxy Z Fold3 and the Z Flip3 phones.
Optional 4G LTE and Snapdragon 8cx 5G
Although it was leaked back in April, Samsung has now officially announced the small 14-inch Galaxy Book Go, which starts at $349 for the WiFi-only version with Snapdragon 7c SoC.
Going live on April 28th
Samsung has announced its new Galaxy Unpacked event that will be held online and streamed live on April 28th.
A lower resolution Infinity-O screen with punch hole and lower price
While Samsung kicked off its Unpacked event with Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Smart Tag trackers, all eyes were pointed at its Galaxy S-series smartphone lineup, and the wait is finally over as the Galaxy S21 series comes in three versions, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and the flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Larger and better screens, no notch, and more
During its Unpacked August 2020 event, Samsung also announced the new Galaxy Z Fold2 smartphone, a $2,000 priced flagship and successor to the original Galaxy Z Fold.
Better screens, better cameras, and better S Pen
Samsung has officially unveiled its new Galaxy Note20 series and, as expected, the new Galaxy Note20 has been upgraded in all aspects, from hardware to software, including better screens, new camera system, better S Pen, and more.
Saving cash with a lower spec
Samsung is working on a Galaxy Fold Lite for as cheap as $900 the mobile phone maker will slash costs by downgrading the camera capabilities and internal specifications.
A touch of class
The One UI Android skin, which is popular among more pricey Samsung phones, is being rolled out to the Galaxy Note 9, S9, and S9+.