We check out Samsung’s Unpacked 2022 teaser trailer in a new video!

We check out Samsung’s Unpacked 2022 teaser trailer in a new video!

July 21, 2022 0 By Jumoka Cobbs

Big things are happening in Samsung’s world, and even bigger things are expected to come in less than a month. Samsung has set a date for the next major Unpacked 2022 event and published a short 19-second teaser trailer to build up the hype. We’re following up with a video of our own, so feel free to join us as we share more of our thoughts on Samsung’s recent showcase.

The theme for the August 10 event is encapsulated in the quote “Unfold Your World.” Evidently, the next Unpacked event is all about the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, and Samsung’s teaser trailer doesn’t shy away from highlighting this fact.

However, the same teaser trailer is true to the “teaser” definition. It doesn’t reveal much about the upcoming foldable phones but creates some excitement around the unveiling. Either way, we’re sure you heard the latest rumors. To keep it short, we expect some design improvements, better build quality, and the usual yearly hardware upgrades and newer chipsets. The Galaxy Z Flip 4 might even get a new, very colorful Bespoke Edition this year, boasting hundreds of color combinations.

In any case, you can check out our latest video below for more details and thoughts on Samsung’s Unpacked 2022 teaser trailer. Feel free to share your opinions, and stay tuned for more.

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