Samsung confirme le Galaxy Unpacked du 26 juillet.


**Samsung offers a sneak peek of its latest foldable phone design, leaving tech enthusiasts eager for more details.**

The promotional image released by Samsung shows a flip-style foldable phone, corroborating the rumors and leaks that have been circulating. The phone’s hinge appears to have a lower profile, suggesting that it will fold completely flat. However, the image does not reveal the cover screen, which is expected to be significantly larger than the one on the previous Z Flip 4 model.

**Introducing Some New Contenders**

This time around, Samsung faces some stiff competition in the foldable phone market. Google has recently launched its highly anticipated Pixel Fold, while Motorola has made a comeback with the impressive Razr Plus. Nevertheless, Samsung has a longer history in this market and hosting their event in Seoul, their home turf, indicates the company’s commitment to the foldable category.

**Preorder Reservations Now Open**

Samsung is once again offering customers the opportunity to make preorder reservations, with an additional perk of a $50 credit. To secure a reservation, customers simply need to provide their name and email address. The reservation period begins tonight and runs until July 25th.

**In Conclusion**

As the excitement builds for Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked event, tech enthusiasts can’t wait to see the full reveal of the new foldable phone design. The competition in the market is heating up, but Samsung’s extensive experience and dedication to the foldable category give them an edge. Stay tuned for more updates!

– “Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Flip 5 leaks and rumors” – The Verge
– “Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 review” – The Verge
– “Google Pixel Fold review” – The Verge
– “Motorola Razr Plus 40 Ultra review” – The Verge
– “Google Pixel Fold vs Samsung Z Fold 4 comparison” – The Verge
– Preorder reservations – [source]

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