Amazing! Next Week, Samsung will also have an event

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techno.rentetan.com – The firm has revealed that a “part two” of Galaxy Unpacked will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 20, immediately after Google and Apple unveil their latest devices. Next week is going to be a huge thing if you like electronics. Samsung has just revealed that Galaxy Unpacked part two will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 20. On Monday, Oct. 18, Apple will have its second autumn event, where we anticipate to see new MacBooks and AirPods, while Google will unveil the Pixel 6 on Tuesday, Oct. 19. Are you getting excited yet?

Samsung didn’t give us any hints about what we might expect during its presentation, but we’re quite sure it won’t be a new Galaxy Note. According to rumors, there will likely be no Galaxy S21 FE, implying that Samsung may have some real surprises in store. The S21 FE, which was intended to bundle Galaxy S21 capabilities into a less expensive smartphone, was believed to be canceled outright, but fresh reports suggest it’s been pushed out until January, with the Galaxy S22 being pushed back to later in 2022.

The build-up to Apple and Google’s October events, in which we’ve seen a flood of leaks and conjecture regarding the firms’ big autumn products, has run a bit contrary to the rumor mill around Samsung’s presentation. The event invitation from Samsung is similarly cryptic. There are a few program icons floating about in bright boxes, but there is no hardware on display.

“Our users are diverse, and they live life in a variety of colorful, intriguing, and distinctive ways,” the invitation says. As a result, the technology people use on a daily basis should represent who they are. On October 20, watch Galaxy Unpacked Part 2 to learn how Samsung is using technology to provide new ways for people to express themselves.”

Please provide your answer in the comments section if you can figure it out. On Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT, Samsung will broadcast the event live on YouTube and its website. Stay tuned for more information when it becomes available (but we don’t anticipate any foldables, so we apologize).