Samsung will unveil the Z Fold3, Z Flip3, Buds2 and Watch4 on August 11

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After what was a clear software and experience-focused 2021 MWC event, Samsung now needs to announce some device announcements. The next UNPACKED will be held on August 11 at. 10 EST, and it is designed as a large. By going for hashtags on the official event poster, pretty much everything we have expected from the Korean giant will be revealed too late.

Of course we have the Galaxy Z Fold3 at the helm. Instead of a proper Galaxy Note this year, Samsung seems to be going big and trying to focus the Fold line again to accommodate the Note demographics through what has already been confirmed S Pen support. The Galaxy Z Fold3 has two Super AMOLED screens – a 6.23 “screen and a 7.55” internal foldable screen. It was also recently spotted on GeekBench and tipped a Snapdragon 888 chipset along with 12GB of RAM and Android 11. In the camera department, we expect a total of five cameras – a triple main setup consisting of three 12MP shooters, including an ultra-wide with autofocus, one 16MP selfie camera under display and a 10MP shooter on the cover display. Thanks to official renderings, we already know what the Z Fold3 will look like, including its color settings. Apparently it will also be cheaper than its predecessor, which has us even more excited.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3 leak in official versions

While we have a little less concrete info about the Z Filp3 and its internal, we especially expect it to rock a Snapdragon 888 chipset along with 8GB of RAM and a 3,300mAh battery with 25W wired and 15W wireless charging. It should get a larger 1.9 “external monitor this time and a 120Hz internal 6.7”. Like its siblings, we already have plenty of renderings and even videos to admire its design. Oh, and apparently it can also be up to 20% cheaper than its predecessor.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 renders
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 renders
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 renders
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 renders

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 renders

The big news around the upcoming Galaxy Watch4 is of course the fact that Samsung is moving away from the Tizen and on to the Wear OS and its new One UI Watch interface at the top. News unveiled at MWC. As for the upcoming hardware itself, there are plenty of rumors and leaks to dig through. As far as we currently know, there will be a vanilla Galaxy Watch4 as well as a classic variant complete with Samsung’s signature rotating frame. We even have alleged prices for both models.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its splendor and rotates the frame in tow

Finally, the Galaxy Buds2 already has heads turning with their eye-catching range of colors, Galaxy Buds Pro-like stylish design and supposedly active noise reduction. Leaking prices for these are also available.

Samsung Galaxy Buds2 appears in leaked images and reveals design and color settings

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