Samsung has confirmed the August 11 date for the Unpacked event, and today the president of the Mobile business TM Roh has shared some details on what to expect in two weeks. In a feature article on the official website, the executive revealed the first-ever S Pen for foldables will arrive, and we are definitely not getting a Galaxy Note.
Samsung proudly announced partnerships with fellow tech giants Google and Microsoft. In today’s world of online meetings and long-distance conversations, the new foldable devices will offer a better hands-free video calling experience with Google Duo and proper multitasking while on Microsoft Teams.
The One UI Watch interface will also reveal new possibilities when we see it pre-installed on the Galaxy Watch4 series, also expected in August.
The third-gen Galaxy Z devices will have enhanced durability and “more screen”, as put by Roh. The Samsung ecosystem for foldables will offer “a wealth of seamless and optimized experiences”. The new Galaxy Z Flip3 will have an even more refined style and will be wrapped in stronger materials.
And while the Galaxy Note is not happening in 2021, some of its features will hit the foldables, thanks to the stylus.
The phone is great, however, when I want to trade my Initial Fold 5G 500GB, they give me £450 back. How can a phone worth £1900 less than 2 years ago be traded for that little money! A joke!
It is very strange that Samsung is not following Apple in one thing. I have been to mobiles shops and big tech distributors in the city. I was trying to get Samsung Phone which was released last year, but no one is having it. Even when S21 was just a...