Samsung is again preparing to establish its dominance in the foldable smartphone market with new models that will be presented this afternoon at a launch conference. Here’s how you can follow the conference live.
After months of speculation and leaks around the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, Samsung is finally getting ready to lift the veil on both devices in a new Unpacked conference which will be held today.
Given the many leaks that have unveiled all the products that will be presented, the event hardly holds any surprises anymore, but this will be an opportunity for Samsung to communicate official information about them. You don’t want to miss anything from this presentation? Follow the leader.
How to follow the Samsung launch conference?
- When was the conference : this Wednesday, August 10
- What time will the live start : at 3 p.m. (French time)
- How to watch the conference : here on the site using the YouTube video just above
- How long is the live : about two hours
The live will be available on the YouTube channel as well as on the manufacturer’s website, on the video that you will find in this article.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS PRESENTATION?
The main attraction of this new Samsung event will undoubtedly be the new generation of foldable smartphonesthe Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4. The latter have already been the subject of many leaks in recent monthswhich not only revealed their design through official images, but also their prices and technical characteristics.
They will be accompanied by the new connected watches from the Korean giant, the Galaxy Watch 5 and 5 Pro. This year, three versions will be available. We will find two Galaxy Watch 5 in 40 mm and 44 mmand a Galaxy Watch 5 Pro in 45 mmwhich replaces the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic from last year.
Finally, Samsung will unveil a new pair of high-end True Wireless headphones, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. As we’ve seen in previous reports, these look quite similar to the original Buds Pro, although they now sport an almost matte finish. In terms of technical characteristics, we expect identical autonomy, more efficient noise reduction and support for the new Bluetooth 5.3 standard.