Samsung had its a huge (virtual) Galaxy Unpacked event in early August, where it took the covers off of the brand-new Note 20 series as well as the Galaxy Live buds. Then, it had a second smaller Unpacked event where it introduced the Galaxy Z Layer 2 collapsible. Currently, the firm is doing a 3rd launch event in less than 2 months, which it has actually set up for September 23, and also is being marketed with the punch line “Unpacked for Every Fan.”
The court’s out as to what this event is actually for. Samsung has sent out an invitation to the occasion, which includes a visuals with two phone-shaped balls. That’s about all the hints we have until now regarding what we’ll see on September 23.
Obviously, we can constantly guess. It’s possible that Samsung will release “Follower Edition” versions of the phones that it has actually already introduced this year. Or, possibly we’ll see other devices as well as devices that aren’t real mobile phones, however are instead connected to the Galaxy ecosystem of products somehow. Or, maybe we’ll see the Bixby-based Samsung Galaxy Home clever speaker that was first introduced over 2 years ago as well as has yet to be released. (Don’t hold your breath.).
It’s likewise possible that the event could be more software-related than hardware-related. Maybe Samsung is making use of the truth that holding online events is fairly economical contrasted to physical ones as a chance to place more eyes on the upcoming One UI 3.0 software release. A programmer beta for One UI 3.0 was just recently introduced for the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and also Galaxy S20 Ultra. So far, the beta is only for accepted designers, and therefore we don’t understand exactly what kinds of new features are offered right now– yet the operating system is built on Android 11. Therefore, the os will certainly include things like better personal privacy controls, support for the brand-new Chat Bubbles system, and a lot more. You can check out our overview on all the new Android 11 features right here.
The occasion will be hung on September 23 at 7 a.m. PT, or 10 a.m. ET, as well as Samsung will certainly be livestreaming the event straight from its website– so if you’re as curious as we are as to what to anticipate, be sure to listen.