Samsung playfully teases the 5 devices it’s going to launch on August 5.

Much of it was already leaked, anyway!

Samsung unpacked 2020
Source: Samsung

Samsung is set to host its much-awaited Annual Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5, 2020. They had already confirmed that the showstopper of the event will be the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series. Later, Samsung released a video teasing five of its upcoming products set to launch at its August 5 event.

The other 4 products that are revealed in the video include its next-generation foldable phone that is rumored as the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and a new smartwatch that could be the Galaxy Watch 3. It also shows that there would be the rumored Galaxy Buds Live, true wireless earbuds, and the Galaxy Tab S7 as well as Galaxy Tab S7+ tablets.

According to the video, Mystic Bronze seems to be the new flagship color for Samsung’s devices. It starts with the Galaxy Note 20 in Mystic Bronze then showcases an assembly line that appears to be Galaxy Z Fold 2. In the end, it comes back to the Galaxy Note 20, showing its S Pen and retail box.

According to the video, Samsung’s Digital City campus in Suwon in South Korea will be hosting the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 this year.

About the Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Galaxy Note 20 FB

Samsung is expected to launch multiple variants of Galaxy Note 20 during the event. The one shown in the teaser is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. According to the leaks. some of its features will include-

  • Display- 6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED 120Hz with a centered punch hole and curved edges
  • Processor- latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus
  • Protection- Gorilla Glass on top

About the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

  • Inner Display- 7.7-inch 120Hz Amoled
  • Outer Display- 6.23-inch
  • Cameras- 5 (3 on the back and one selfie camera on each display)
  • Sensors- Mostly same as seen in Galaxy S20

It’s is an online-only event that will be live-streamed to the audience on 5th August. Here’s how you can hook yourself up. It will be interesting to see Samsung follow Apple hosting an online-only event, especially since Apple’s was a huge success. As to how Samsung does it will be worth watching.