Evan Blass is back with yet another leak, this time around, he shared a ton of seemingly official renders of Samsung’s upcoming products. These images allow you to check out different color variants of the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Watch 4, and Buds 2.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Watch 4 Classic are missing here, but we’ve already seen those devices in several colors. The same actually goes for other products here. These renders are not watermarked, though, and they give us an excellent look at all the products… in one place.
The Galaxy Z Flip 3, Watch 4, and Buds 2 color options are shown in the provided images
If you take a look at the gallery below this paragraph, you’ll be able to see the Galaxy Z Flip 3. The device is shown in four color options, including yellow, gray, purple, and black. Samsung will have special names for these color options, of course. You can see the device from various angles… well, from pretty much every angle.
The Galaxy Watch 4 is also shown in a couple of different colors here, in the gallery below. The device is shown from the front and the back, and you can get a good look at it. This variant, unlike the ‘Classic’ model, does not have a rotating crown. It does look very nice, though, and more sporty than the ‘Classic’ model.
The Galaxy Buds 2 are shown in four color variants, black, white, green, and purple. These will, of course, be called differently once launched. It is worth noting that in all four color options you’re getting the same color for the outer portion of the charging case. It will be white in every model.
That is a bit of a strange approach by Samsung, as not everyone likes white products, but there you go. The inside of the charging case will differ based on color, and the same goes for earbuds themselves. The images are available in the gallery below.
All the products here will become official during Samsung’s upcoming ‘Unpacked’ event
All of these products will become official on August 11, alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Watch 4 Classic. The Galaxy S21 FE launch has been postponed, according to the latest reports.