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Samsung Unpacked Event: Galaxy Note 5 unveiled on August 20th

Samsung has officially announced the date of its next big Unpacked event. The company will present its latest device models - the Galaxy Note 20, the second generation Galaxy Fold (Galaxy Z Fold 2), the new Galaxy Watch 3 and the tablet Galaxy Tab S7 - in a virtual event that will take place on August 5 , at 17:00 Greek time. The company stated that it will host its Unpacked event at www.samsung.com. This move by Samsung follows similar moves by companies like the Apple, who have shifted their events to Internet in view of his pandemic COVID-19:.

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At its Unpacked event, Samsung is expected to present the Galaxy Z Fold 2, which is converted from a phone to tablet. The new device will have a 7,7-inch internal display in its full opening, while a second external one will be larger than the one originally had the Galaxy Fold. Some say it will come with an S Pen, while others say that Samsung will introduce a cheaper Fold E or Fold Lite alongside the more expensive Fold 2. Samsung may choose to introduce a number of other devices such as tablets and w, especially since it will not be participating in the largest European technology exhibition, the IFA, which will take place between 3 and 5 September.

Along with the new foldable phones, Samsung at the Unpacked event on August 5th is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 20. Instead of two models, such as the Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus, Samsung could introduce three Note models this year - the Note 20, Note 20 Plus and Note 20 Ultra. All models are likely to be accompanied by 5G.


In general, it is a difficult time for companies to launch new mobile models. 2020, under normal circumstances, could be a strong year for the phone industry, as innovations such as 5G screens and folding screens have made people shop again. However, financial struggles and concerns about COVID-19 will limit the number of devices that companies can make, as well as the phones that consumers will buy.

South Korea's Samsung was one of the first markets affected by the Koronoi pandemic. The company has temporarily closed factories as well as its four stores in USA. Along with the spread of the pandemic, Samsung introduced the most important device of the year, the Galaxy S20. Starting at $ 999, the device could reach consumers out of work or to monitor their bank balances. In April, Samsung unveiled a new line of A-line phones in the US starting at $ 110. The company aims to attract more budget-oriented buyers, including tens of millions of employees in the United States.

Mobile World Congress event

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to reconsider their product versions. THE GSMA canceled the Mobile World Congress, the world's largest mobile conference, a week before reporters arrived in Barcelona to broadcast the event in late February. Instead of mobile releases in the last two months, Apple, the Huawei and OnePlus have held online events or presented devices via press release. Apple held a virtual developers conference in late June, instead of gathering thousands of app developers in California, and tech giants such as Google and Facebook have chosen to cancel their developer conferences for this year.

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