Samsung has declared a new Galaxy Unpacked celebration set for April 28th at 10AM ET, teasing the announcement of “the most impressive Galaxy” gadget.
The teaser, as is typical for these invitations, is not way too forthcoming. But given the nature of the announcement and Samsung’s typical launch cycle, there are a couple hints we can suss out.
Initially, the description of whichever Samsung is asserting as “the most strong Galaxy” would appear to rule out a cellular phone, like the rumored Galaxy Z Fold 3. The most generous depiction of a cell processor — even 1 as powerful as Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 888 — still isn’t in the exact same ballpark as a accurate notebook processor. And even with new headlines, Samsung is however rumored to reveal the Z Fold 3 at a July occasion, most likely a substitution for the Galaxy Note’s large-stop summer season phone release spot.
Samsung’s Galaxy Guide lineup of laptops, on the other hand, would match the bill for a far more impressive Galaxy product — and is extended overdue for an update. The current styles were announced all the way back again in 2019 (despite the fact that they did not strike US outlets right until Might of very last year), and they however characteristic Intel’s extensive-out-of-date 10th Gen processors. A Galaxy Ebook refresh that showcased some of Intel’s new 11th Gen Tiger Lake chips — or even Intel’s newer 35W H-collection variants — would effortlessly acquire the crown as the new “most powerful” Galaxy products.
Oh, and Samsung is by now rumored to be working on a new Galaxy E-book Professional line of laptops, which would characteristic 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch OLED panels, S-Pen assist, and upgraded Intel CPUs. 1 of the new styles — the Galaxy Ebook Professional 360 — is also said to include 5G compatibility.
Finally, if you desired to get truly innovative, the glowing wedge of light viewed in the invitation does sort of resemble an opened notebook (if you’re prepared to squint a bit). We’ll come across out for sure on April 28th, even though — assuming one particular of Samsung’s characteristic leaks does not arrive first.