Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event All Set on July 26 in Seoul

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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July 26 – Mark The Date. Well, that’s the date when Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event “Join the Flip” in Seoul, South Korea. The tech juggernaut made the announcement earlier today selecting Seoul as the city for launch for the first time not just because it is where Samsung is based but also because it has been at the center of influencing trends, dynamic culture, and how Samsung is confident about the upcoming foldable devices in this category.

Although the South Korean giant didn’t mention any names, we are quite certain that we will get to see Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 both of which have been awaited for some time now. The duo will compete against Google’s Pixel Fold and Motorola’s Razr Plus and other foldable in the market giving Samsung an edge over the foldable category of devices.

For the unversed, Samsung made quite a stance launching the world’s first commercially available foldable phone aka the original Galaxy Fold. Although it ended up being recalled, reworked, and relaunched, Samsung still has that place. Today, the foldable category is still nascent yet competitive since many players have joined from Xiaomi, Motorola, Oppo, and Google and a few more brands are working around the tech as well.

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Talking about what we know so far about Z Fold5 and Z Flip5, the answer is, we know a lot. This is because there are abundant reports, rumors, and speculations that paint a picture of what the two foldable devices will bring onboard.

For instance, Galaxy Z Fold5 is likely to get a water drop-styled hinge that will fold flat and the fold will have a thinner profile when folded. Galaxy Z Flip5 will get a large cover screen that will help it push upwards against Motorola Razr Plus.

Samsung is likely to add Galaxy Watch 6 Classic during the launch sporting rotating bezels. The launch event based in Seoul, South Korea, is scheduled on July 26 at 4 pm Pacific and 7 pm Eastern time. It will verify live-streamed on YouTube and Samsung’s website as well.

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July 26 – Mark The Date. Well, that’s the date when Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event “Join the Flip” in Seoul, South Korea. The tech juggernaut made the announcement earlier today selecting Seoul as the city for launch for the first time not just because it is where Samsung is based but also because it has been at the center of influencing trends, dynamic culture, and how Samsung is confident about the upcoming foldable devices in this category.

Although the South Korean giant didn’t mention any names, we are quite certain that we will get to see Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 both of which have been awaited for some time now. The duo will compete against Google’s Pixel Fold and Motorola’s Razr Plus and other foldable in the market giving Samsung an edge over the foldable category of devices.

For the unversed, Samsung made quite a stance launching the world’s first commercially available foldable phone aka the original Galaxy Fold. Although it ended up being recalled, reworked, and relaunched, Samsung still has that place. Today, the foldable category is still nascent yet competitive since many players have joined from Xiaomi, Motorola, Oppo, and Google and a few more brands are working around the tech as well.

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Talking about what we know so far about Z Fold5 and Z Flip5, the answer is, we know a lot. This is because there are abundant reports, rumors, and speculations that paint a picture of what the two foldable devices will bring onboard.

For instance, Galaxy Z Fold5 is likely to get a water drop-styled hinge that will fold flat and the fold will have a thinner profile when folded. Galaxy Z Flip5 will get a large cover screen that will help it push upwards against Motorola Razr Plus.

Samsung is likely to add Galaxy Watch 6 Classic during the launch sporting rotating bezels. The launch event based in Seoul, South Korea, is scheduled on July 26 at 4 pm Pacific and 7 pm Eastern time. It will verify live-streamed on YouTube and Samsung’s website as well.

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