The next Samsung Unpacked event is officially happening on August 11, the company has confirmed, with a virtual event starting at 10 am EDT / 7 am PDT. Customers can also reserve Samsung's next flagship phone via its Reserve Now site, though the company hasn't said what the phone is. (Rumors point to the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE , though the company could be liberally using the word 'phone' and refer to the foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 , also hinted to be coming at the event.) In fact, Samsung hasn't confirmed anything that's rumored to be coming at the event, so we're left to speculate. Of course, we've got months of rumors and leaks to back up our expectations for what could be revealed at the biggest multi-device launch event since the Samsung Galaxy S21 range was unveiled in January. What might come at Samsung Unpacked on August 11? That leaves us wondering what will be revealed at Samsung Unpacked, which promises to be a banner event for the company’s devices. We’re expecting the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 to be the centerpiece of the show, a teaser suggested, though that may not be it for foldables -… Read full this story
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