Samsung revealed its top-notch innovation and creativity at the Unpacked Galaxy events by bringing a new set of foldables, tablets, and smartwatches. With the FlexCam and bigger Flex Hinge, the firm launched the best ever foldables. But the anticipation doesn’t end here, as the Galaxy S24 series will soon enter the market with more enhanced and surprising features. Samsung has some great products in store for the future. The fan edition lineup of the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip, the Galaxy Buds with wireless headphones, and the significantly upgraded Galaxy Watch 7 series are rumored to be included in the line.
Galaxy Z Fold6 FE and Flip6 FE will exist?
But the business has cleared up the questions regarding the FE foldables by saying that as of now there are no plans or preparations for this, which confuses the rumored facts. In their response a few weeks ago, the firm highlighted the reasons as production costs and the company’s inclination to focus on other resources. Also teased is the launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 FE and Galaxy Z Flip 6 FE, which are expected to go on sale in the second quarter of 2024. The higher price range is one of the biggest concerns regarding foldables. So we can expect less expensive FE foldables from Samsung, thereby offering everyone an opportunity to experience the foldable world.
Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S23 FE
The FE models that will hit the market in the coming months are the Galaxy S23 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE. The features that will equip the models are unknown, but some functionality could be removed to lower the price, but this doesn’t mean the cost of producing these products is lower. Coming to the next gadget, new wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds, may come out anytime in the coming months. Some reports also suggest that Galaxy Buds will accompany the Galaxy S23 FE. The firm is under development on the SM-R400N model, which is most likely to be the Galaxy Buds 3.
Galaxy Buds 3 Pro and Galaxy Watch 7
These R400s may be intermediate models such as the Galaxy Buds 2+, Galaxy Buds FE, or maybe the Galaxy Buds Live 2, as the business uses the R5** designation for the Pro variants. The Exynos W920 processor was used in the Galaxy Watch 4 models, and the Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro came with the Exynos W930. It is notable that this year’s Galaxy Watch 6 models also equip this chipset. This chip has a 200 Hz refresh rate and is backed by an additional 512 MB of RAM. We can expect a 4 nm Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 processor for the Galaxy Watch 7 and Watch 7 Classic.
The chipset equips a quad-core CPU and a 1 GHz Adreno 702 GPU, and in the coming weeks we can find out the performance as the Pixel Watch 2 debuts with the same processor. With this, we can analyze the performance of the upcoming Galaxy smartwatches.
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