Another Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event is Coming This Week. Here’s What We Know

Posted on the 21 September 2020 by Thiruvenkatam Chinnagounder @tipsclear

Samsung has announced that it will hold another virtual event in 2020. Samsung Unpacked for Every Fan takes place later this week. It is because the tech giant was forced to showcase and launch its new phones, tablets and other devices in live streams online rather than at physical events due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

While Samsung didn't say what it would reveal this time around, you can catch the Unpacked event live on the Samsung website on September 23 at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m. ET.

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Samsung released a trailer for the event on Monday saying the event will feature a Galaxy device "made by the fans for the fans."

Samsung says the trailer contains "clues" - the short video shows people playing basketball, gardening, mixing music, and looking into the distance. It then shows lightbulbs, flowers, glaciers, water droplets, phone colors and fabrics as words flash on the screen. "Your voice inspires us," read the captions. "Presentation of the most popular innovations."

This is followed by the Samsung Unpacked event in August, where the tech giant launched the Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Watch 3 introduced the Galaxy Z Fold 2 together with the K-pop group BTS.

Samsung then held one Part 2 event unpacked on September 1st, where it launched the new one Galaxy Z Fold 2 Phone.

On September 2, next to the virtual IFA electronics fair in Berlin, the event "Virtual Life Unstoppable" from Samsung followed, at which the event was announced Galaxy A42 5G phone, Tab A7, Trio wireless charging station, a intelligent projector called The Premiere, the Odyssey G55 gaming monitor, the Galaxy Fit2, a new refrigerator as well as a washing machine and dryer with "intelligent learning solutions and automatic linking functions".

Connect with the Galaxy Fold's original screen, notch, and hinge

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