Samsung’s Upcoming Unpacked Event may turn the Tides for the Company

In a world where new smartphones are released every year it is a bit hard to stand out.  Samsung’s own devices have been accused of incremental updates and it seems that the company plans to change the perception of the public.

Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked event is filled with potential announcements that could restore the popularity of the Galaxy line after the lackluster reviews received by the Galaxy S9. The event is scheduled to take place on February 20 at the Bill Graham Auditorium located in San Francisco.

Refreshing the Galaxy range

The main segment is represented by the announcement of the anticipated Galaxy S10 range. The device will mark the ten-year anniversary of the Galaxy line and Samsung plans to release a great device that will attract both new and returning customers.

Select sources claim that the device is loaded with bleeding edge technology. A 3D ultrasonic fingerprint sensor will allow users to secure their device and unlock in a flash by tapping directly on the screen. An improved camera will make an appearance and it is likely that it will be able to shot better pictures in dark environments.  Some users expect that one of the S10 versions will arrive with 1TB of internal space storage, a feat that seems quite possible.

New devices

The company revealed a prototype for its foldable phone during a developer conference that took place back in November 2018. The device will use an innovative technology named Infinity Flex Display, allowing users to bend the screen of the device at will. It is expected that the phone will feature two individual displays, a larger one that should be on par with a small tablet and a smaller one that can be used when the larger screen is folded.

A 5G-capable smartphone could make an appearance but little is known about the device. It is believed that it will arrive in the first half of 2019.

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