Guess what? Samsung is planning a flagship cellphone launch occasion subsequent month, as has been rumored a number of occasions already. Whereas the corporate hasn’t but confirmed an actual date for the following Unpacked occasion, TM Roh, the President and Head of MX Enterprise for Samsung Electronics, penned an attention-grabbing weblog put up at this time, which was accompanied by the teaser video you’ll be able to see under.
Roh guarantees that, at subsequent month’s Unpacked, we’ll get to see “probably the most noteworthy S sequence gadget” Samsung has ever made. Get it? Wordworthy?
However wait, there’s extra: “the following technology of Galaxy S is right here, bringing collectively the best experiences of our Samsung Galaxy into one final gadget”.
All of this appears like a fairly clear approach of teasing the truth that the Word line, useless in 2021, is making a comeback this 12 months – however not because the Word line. In reality, the Galaxy S22 Extremely has already been rumored to undertake a design that is related in fashion to that of the Galaxy Note20 Extremely (the final Word ever made), whereas incorporating a built-in stylus with the bottom ever contact latency price.
Roh’s weblog put up ends with the next sentence: “Prepare for the last word Extremely expertise”, and we expect that confirms that the title of the corporate’s subsequent extremely high-end smartphone will likely be S22 Extremely and never S22 Word as rumored at completely different factors up to now.
This gadget is seemingly going that can assist you “personal the night time – taking the most effective and brightest photographs and movies you have ever captured with a cellphone”, in addition to “dominate the day with energy, pace and instruments that may’t be discovered elsewhere”, and “take pleasure in chopping edge-innovations made doable due to the neatest Galaxy expertise but”, no matter meaning.
There’s additionally a promise of feeling good about being a part of probably the most sustainable Galaxy ecosystem – hopefully this doesn’t suggest the charging cable is now gone from the field too.