A live broadcast of the event, where the audience will witness a number of new Samsung gadgets and products, will take place on August 10.
What the South Korean firm will specifically display at this presentation is now known. The Galaxy Z Fold 4’s previous iteration was released last year, and it is now in need of an upgrade. The fourth iteration will have design cues from the S22 Ultra and fall somewhere in between a phone and a tablet. The Z Fold 4 will include a 50MP Ultra-style camera, a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU, and either 12GB or 16GB of RAM.
A number of significant modifications will be made to the Galaxy Watch 5 and 5 Pro. Samsung is probably going to release the more up-to-date Galaxy Watch 5 Pro instead of the more costly Classic variant. The Pro’s battery will be 10% bigger than the previous model’s, and the body of the device will be constructed of titanium. The new wireless Galaxy Buds Pro 2 headphones will resemble their predecessors nearly exactly. The battery will have a bigger capacity, and they will be able to accommodate 24-bit music.