By TechThop Team
Posted on: 06 Aug, 2022
We now have an early peek at the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, which will all be unveiled at the Samsung Unpacked event on August 10.
The leaked renderings over at 91mobiles show the phones, smartwatches, and wireless earbuds that are due to be officially introduced next week. A variety of angles and colors are revealed for each product in the pipeline.
As well as the Galaxy Watch 5, we're given a look at some extras and accessories, such as the charging case for the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro and the S Pen case for the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
We have seen previous leaks for these products, but we haven't seen a comprehensive dump of images in one go before.
The Bora Purple is one thing that's noticeable here: that's the new shade that's been added to the Galaxy S22 range, and it was mentioned in rumors as well. In addition to more conventional colors, there are also plenty of other choices.
As all the news and announcements are made on Wednesday, we'll be sure to bring them all to you here on TechRadar. The Galaxy S23 will be Samsung's next major product launch after that.
As a tech publication, we're used to product launches, but Samsung's Unpacked event on August 10 is undoubtedly one of the best. The official teaser trailers for the upcoming showcase have already been released.
The focus of attention might be on flagships - iPhones vs Galaxy phones vs Pixel-, but Samsung can use foldable phones to improve on its head start. Samsung is set to unveil its fourth-generation folding device soon, whereas neither Apple nor Google has a folding device on the market yet.
The Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Buds product lines are still some way behind the Apple Watch and the Apple AirPods in terms of sales and brand recognition, but that could change once these new devices go on sale.
With two foldable phones and two smartwatch models on the way, Samsung can't be accused of slacking off in its product line for 2022. Dave has been writing about gadgets, apps, and the web for more than two decades.
The author is a TechRadar contributor based in Stockport, England, and specializes in all kinds of tech news, features, and reviews, particularly for phones, tablets, and wearables.
David has bylines at Gizmodo, T3, PopSci, and a few other places besides, as well as many years of experience editing PC Explorer and The Hardware Handbook, as well as contributing to various other sites.
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