Jakarta: The Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5 did not seem enough for Samsung to share detailed information related to its newest Galaxy device. Because Samsung is reportedly planning to hold the second part of the event.
Quoting GSM Arena, the second part of the Galaxy Unpacked is scheduled to be held on September 1, at 2 pm UTC.
A poster circulating shows that this event will be centered on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 which was introduced at the previous Unpacked event, but has not yet displayed a number of detailed information regarding this device.
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Since its introduction at the Unpacked event in early August, a number of video reviews related to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 have been circulating, displaying information regarding the hardware and software that the new device carries.
Unfortunately, until now, information regarding the price offer for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is still being held by Samsung, so the Unpacked event on September 1 is expected to announce this information.
Previously, after the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the appearance of a greenish hue problem on the device screen was also reported to be found on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with Snapdragon chipsets, Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 +.
This greenish hue is said to be increasingly visible based on the screen brightness level. Interestingly, this does not only happen on devices with AMOLED screen panels, considering that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 uses an LCD screen panel.
A number of parties predict this is related to the screen refresh rate because one user reported that this hue only appears in 120Hz mode. Meanwhile, Samsung Electronics Indonesia officially launched its newest flagship tablet series, the Galaxy Tab S7 series.
This device comes in two screen versions, namely the Galaxy Tab S7 and a version with a larger screen size, namely the Galaxy Tab S7 +. Samsung claims to present the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 + as powerful friends to support user productivity.
Therefore, Samsung also provides a tablet with an 8MP front camera which is intended to support the needs of video conferencing as a substitute for face-to-face activities in the midst of the current pandemic.