Latest Galaxy Unpacked promo image leak confirms all five much-anticipated Samsung device series that should be unveiled at the July event
The well-known leaker Evan Blass has been on something of a Samsung Galaxy leak rampage and has shared numerous promo images pertaining to the expected Galaxy Unpacked event taking place in Seoul, South Korea next month (widely believed to be on July 27). Although almost every device shown has already been leaked in one form or another, this is the first time that multiple new Samsung Galaxy devices have been shown off in single promo images.
As can be seen in the first image posted below, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra takes up most of the left side, with another recent leak showing off all three tablets that will make up the 2023 series. On the bottom right is an SKU from the upcoming Galaxy Watch6 series, which is dressed in the same mint green color as the Galaxy Z Flip5 smartphone above it. Last but not least, there is room for the Samsung Galaxy Buds3 that are revealed in this image in a white color scheme.
Another newly leaked image shows the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 being neatly tucked away into a jacket pocket, with the display deliberately left in color while the rest of the image is in black and white. This is presumably done to highlight the much larger cover display that the Z Flip5 is rumored to have in comparison with its predecessor: 3.4-inch vs. 1.9-inch. The latest in the Z Flip line is also expected to have an improved waterdrop hinge to remove any gap caused by folding the phone.
Other images, some of which have already been leaked in the past, show the Galaxy Watch6 and Galaxy Watch6 Classic in different poses, while the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip5 are placed next to each other in another image. The Galaxy Watch6 Classic has its rotating bezel to please Samsung fans, while the regular Watch6 series appears to be slimmer than its predecessor. All of these keenly awaited Samsung Galaxy devices are expected to be made available for purchase by early August.