Samsung is gearing up for one of its biggest 2020 events in the form of Galaxy Unpacked. The company will introduce five flagship products in total. Of course, the star of the show will be the Galaxy Note 20 series. However, we’re also going to see the brand new Galaxy Z Fold 2 as well as new Galaxy Tab S7 devices and new TWS products. Today, the company brought a new video teaser to confirm all incoming products and build up the hype for next week’s event.
The video starts off teasing the new Mystic Bronze colorway. This color option seems to be the new hero color for Samsung’s smartphones. We then see what appears to be a disassembled Galaxy Z Fold 2. The clip then transitions to a test of the Note 20’s S pen stylus (Samsung promises a low latency with the new S-Pen, ensuring an experience that will feel like pen and paper.) The teaser then shows several images revealing design sketches, parts, and even the retail box of the new king of Samsung phablets.
The company’s big event will happen at Samsung’s Digital City campus located in Suwon, South Korea. The place also makes a brief appearance in the video. Finally, we get a glimpse of the silhouette of all five products. Besides the Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Note 20, Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Tab S7 series as well as the Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Buds Live. The latest promotional video for the event confirms all 5 devices will indeed launch at the keynote and gives us short previews.
The biggest start of the show may not be so appealing at all
While the Galaxy Z Fold 2 probably will take the crown of the most innovative device of the event, the Note 20 family still sits as the biggest star of the show. After all, the foldable phone still isn’t a phone for everyone due to its high price. And, foldable phones at their current status may not be the best for those wanting just a good smartphone.
The company will unveil two new phones in the form of Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. If you may be expecting devices that are far superior to the S20 family, you’ll probably be disappointed. According to reports, Note 20 brings a camera setup that is essentially the same of the S20. When it comes to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, we’re going to see the same 108MP sensor. However, the ultra-wide camera has been downgraded from 48MP to just 12MP.
Worth noting that both phones will come with a Laser Auto-Focus system in a bid to let behind all the issues found by users of the S20 family.