In recent days it has emerged that the long-awaited launch event of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 is scheduled for Wednesday, August 10, 2022 and in these days the official confirmation has arrived from the Korean giant.
Samsung Electronics announced on Sunday that it had started running digital signage advertisements about the Galaxy Unpacked event at iconic locations around the world. These ads can be seen in Times Square in New York, Piccadilly Circus in London, Tai Koo Li in Chengdu, China, CentralWorld in Bangkok, Thailand, Milan’s Duomo square in Italy, and Callao Square in Madrid, Spain.
According to the Samsung “This advertisement shows that Galaxy foldable products are changing the way people use mobile devices beyond just a new form factor. It also shows people can work, enjoy and have new experiences capturing important moments in their lives through new products, which overcome the existing limitations of smartphones,”
On August 10, Samsung will host the Galaxy Unpacked 2022 event. The company will launch pop-up shops in London and New York at the same time to allow more customers to test out its newest devices through August 31.
Samsung Galaxy fans may see the company’s vision and philosophy in mobile innovation at the event, according to Stephanie Choi, executive vice president and head of marketing at the company’s MX business.
“As the world opens up to new experiences, we are reimagining Unpacked through the lens of our Galaxy openness philosophy to match the creativity of our unparalleled new foldables. Our ambition is not just to innovate new technologies but also to innovate our marketing approach. To accomplish this, we will ensure that the Galaxy experience is open to everyone,” she said via the company’s newsroom.
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