Two weeks previous to the next Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event, Samsung president TM Roh has published an editorial on its official newsroom. This editorial Galaxy Unpacked event that talks about the products about to get launched and set expectations.
Roh has confirmed that the foldable smartphones from the company will come with S Pen support. This also confirms that the South Korean firm will be launching a new S Pen at the Galaxy Unpacked event next month.
The new upcoming stylus is hype to be the “first-ever S Pen designed specifically for foldable phones.” However, nothing more about the product is known at this time.
TM Roh has also confirmed that there will not be a Galaxy Note device getting launched this year. Saying that instead of launching a Note-series this time around, the company will “further broaden Note features to more Samsung Galaxy devices.”
He also adds that the “third generation of foldable devices will open up amazing new multitasking capabilities and improvised durability.” Talking about the Galaxy Z Flip 3, he says that the phone will have “an even more refined style, armed with more durable, power full materials.”
Samsung not just a hardware but also focus on software to improve the user experience. In this editorial, Roh say that the company has worked with Google “to enrich our foldable ecosystems with popular apps and services.”
Samsung has teamed up with more partner apps to take advantage of the fold-format format for the upcoming foldable smartphone. Customer can expect support for hands-free video calling with Google Duo, watching videos in “Flex” mode on YouTube, and multitasking in Microsoft Teams, among others.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy ZZ Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy Watch 4 Series, Galaxy Buds 2 and S Pen at the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 11th.The upcoming foldable phones are expected to be around $200 cheaper than their old model, because the company is looking to make them more affordable.