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Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked device lineup may have been entirely spoiled in huge new leak

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We should all thanks to a series of tweets from famed leaker Evan Blass, we may now know a lot about what to expect at Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked presentation. Blass tweeted a long thread with GIFs showing two new Galaxy foldable, a new Galaxy FE phone, two new Galaxy Watches, and even a set of new Galaxy Buds, indicating that the event could be enormous. He also mentions that the event will take place on August 11th, one month from now.

The foldable come first. Blass has already revealed what appear to be official models of the speculated Galaxy Z Fold 3 (which could accommodate the S Pen stylus) and Galaxy Z Flip 3, but the latest GIFs he shared show both smartphones from different perspectives.

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GIFs of what appears to be the rumored Samsung Galaxy S21 FE in white, a yellowish-grey, purple, and black are also included in Blass’ post. If released, the phone will most likely be a mid-range variant of the S21, with a lot of design cues from the Samsung flagship (like how the S20 FE looked similar to the S20). It’s been unclear whether or not this phone is truly in production; in June, in response to a story saying the phone’s production had been halted, Samsung stated that “nothing has been determined on the claimed production suspension.” These GIFs from Blass could indicate that the phone is ready to go.

Blass, on the other hand, didn’t simply post GIFs of phones; he also shared GIFs of two new Samsung watches. One device appears to be quite similar to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic rumors, with a rotating bezel and two buttons on the right side. The watch, which will be available in white, black, and grey, will also run Google and Samsung’s new smartwatch platform, according to Blass. The other watch revealed by Blass appears to be the Galaxy Watch Active 4 that has been rumored. This watch does not appear to feature a rotating bezel, and OnLeaks and GizNext claim that it will be available in two sizes: 44mm and 40mm.

Blass posted GIFs showing the watch in grey, dark green, white, and peach, as well as two tweets of a black watch. It also depicts three colors of unannounced Galaxy Buds, which match rumors regarding the Galaxy Buds 2, which will include active noise cancellation, according to leaker Ice Universe. His GIFs show grey, purple, and white buds and the inside of the white case, matching the style of a leaked render released by 91mobiles that showed green, black, and white bud/inner case combinations.

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Finally, we’ll get into the alleged date, August 11th, which appears to be the one you should mark on your calendar. Samsung announced an Unpacked event “later this summer” when it showed off its wristwatch platform created with Google at the end of June. So, August 11th would fit into that timeframe. For the next few years, the company has to go through the summer Unpacked events in early August, so August 11th wouldn’t be out of the ordinary. Because Samsung hasn’t officially announced any of these goods or the event’s date yet, there’s always the possibility that what Blass revealed won’t be released. However, given Blass’ track record and the level of information in the GIFs he posted, it’s feasible he may have divulged some of the most important details from Samsung’s upcoming unpacked events.

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