Samsung‘s next Galaxy Unpacked event might take place on August 11. No, the company hasn’t dropped any hint as yet. But the recent Galaxy Z Flip 3 leak has possibly revealed this information.
A massive leak earlier today (from GizNext) revealed the upcoming clamshell folding Samsung phone in all its glory. We could see the device from all angles in various shades. The renders got us drooling, so much so that an interesting bit of information slipped by just under the radar.
If you take a closer look at the featured image above, you will see that the Galaxy Z Flip 3’s secondary display on the outside mentions “Wednesday, August 11,” along with the battery percentage and the time. Now if you flip the calendar on your table (or your phone) and check the August 11 date, it indeed falls on a Wednesday.
We have seen leaked renders revealing the exact launch date of the device in the past as well. So that supports the credibility of this information. Moreover, multiple reports have recently suggested a date within the first few weeks of August for the next Unpacked event. All this means August 11 is likely when Samsung will take the stage with its new devices.
The next Galaxy Unpacked event is going to be a big one
There has been a lot of confusion around the date for Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked event recently. Multiple reports in the recent past have suggested different dates for the big event. However, all of them say it will happen within the first few weeks of August. Now we might have an actual date, though there’s no confirmation as yet.
Anyways, regardless of when the event takes place, it is going to be a big one. Usually, the second major Galaxy Unpacked event of the year gave us a new Galaxy Note phone. However, despite the absence of a Note this year, there’s plenty to look forward to.
Along with the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Samsung has several other interesting devices to unveil. There’s the Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable, the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch Active 4 smartwatches, and new pair of truly wireless (TWS) earbuds dubbed Galaxy Buds 2.
The Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch Active 4, in particular, will bring significant changes to Samsung’s smartwatch lineup this year. The company is ditching its in-house Tizen OS in favor of Google’s Wear OS. So stay tuned as we bring to you all the latest developments around the next Galaxy Unpacked event.