Samsung will be holding a new big event on the 7th of August to announce Galaxy Note 10. We have been waiting for this device for a very long time. A leaked release of the schedule has also shown us that we are going to get more from Samsung’s lineup. The exciting thing is that we might see them at this significant event, as well.
CashKaro leaked the schedule, and we first learned about wearables. We have learned that Samsung wants to release the next in line for 2018’s Galaxy Watch. We are talking about Samsung Galaxy Watch 2.
There are two versions expected for Galaxy Watch 2, including the 40mm and 44mm options. It is not clear if Galaxy Watch 2 will actually replace the present Galaxy Watch, or will come along with it, but the thing is that it is definitely in the works. However, there doesn’t seem to be any plan for a Galaxy Watch Active 2., and we all know we have heard the rumors.
Don’t forget about Galaxy Tab S5
When it comes to Samsung’s tablets, we need to keep in mind the Galaxy Tab S5. Tab S4 was first announced on August 2018, right before the Note 9 reveal. With all this in mind, it is not surprising that we hear about this now. It also makes sense, if we are to take a look at the lower-end Galaxy Tab S5e, that was released in April.
Galaxy Tab S5 is going to be Samsung’s flagship tablet for the year 2019. Among rumors, we have heard that there will be a Snapdragon 855 processor, 512GB worth of internal storage, and 6GB of RAM.
Moreover, we can see in the schedule also the Galaxy Tab Active3 and Galaxy Book 3. The Tab Active 3 will probably be heading towards the B2B market, and the Galaxy Book 3 will come with a Windows 10 2-in-1 device, powered by Qualcomm.
Hugo Diaz is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including the Huffington Post and Android Athority. In regards to academics, Hugo earned a degree from Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Hugo has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.