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Samsung has recently launched its three new smartphones – Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72 at the Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event. However, it’s just the company’s second Unpacked of 2021 and we’ll see more launch events this year. Meanwhile, a reliable source shared the product roadmap that confirms several upcoming gadgets that will launch in the near future.

According to Evan Blass (via Voice), the South Korean tech giant will hold another Unpacked event on April 14, 2021, where the company will unveil new computing devices such as Chrome-powered Galaxy Chromebook and Windows-powered Galaxy Book laptops.

June 2021:

However, there will be no event scheduled in May, while the OEM will introduce an affordable variant of the Galaxy Tab S7 flagship tablets, the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite in June this year. Samsung started releasing the affordable tablets with the Galaxy Tab S5e and later it was succeeded by the last year’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite.

July 2021:

After launching a cheaper flagship tablet, Samsung is expected to launch another Galaxy A series device that will be the successor to the Galaxy A21 and Galaxy A21s in July 2021. It is worth mentioning that the Galaxy A22 5G has already leaked several times and it will also debut in both 4G and 5G variants.

Aside from the leaked roadmap, Evan said that the company has not mentioned another Galaxy A series phone – the Galaxy A82 5G that is likely to be unveiled during around the same period as the Galaxy A22. Moreover, this handset may be equipped with an innovative rotating camera setup, just like the Galaxy A80 that was launched back in 2019.

August 19, 2021:

And finally, the most-anticipated Galaxy S21 FE, the affordable variant of the latest Galaxy S21 flagships will be introduced on August 19, 2021, wait wait, but it’s the time for Galaxy Unpacked for Note! Confused, right? I can explain, Samsung CEO has recently confirmed that there’s no plan for the next Galaxy Note phones during the second half due to a shortage of parts and semiconductors.

So, it is another evidence that authenticates that Samsung will not launch the Galaxy Note 21 series this year but it will hold the Galaxy Unpacked event at the same time where the Galaxy S21 FE will go official. Therefore, if we take a look at the previous leaks and reports from Evan, we’ll find a good track that’s why he is known as a reliable source.

We’ll keep you posted when any new information comes on this matter.

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Galaxy S24 FE: Samsung’s budget flagship under development

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Samsung is reportedly working on the development of the Galaxy S24 FE. Earlier this year, the company released the Galaxy S24 flagships, which are selling well globally. Now, the company has started work on its next budget flagship, with a release expected later this year.

GalaxyClub reports that Samsung is developing the Galaxy S24 FE with the R12 codename. The codename aligns with Samsung’s previous releases as the S20 FE was codenamed R8, the S21 FE was R9, the S23 FE was R11, and the R11 (S22 FE) was in development but hasn’t been released.

It was reported that Samsung might launch the S24 FE in the summer. As the development starts late, the release may be pushed to later this year, as testing and production aren’t finalized yet. The latest report also has no other details than the device’s codename.

Galaxy S23 FE has the hardware specs of the S22 series, however, the S24 FE might bring the latest. If it happens, we might see a price hike in the next budget flagship. New Galaxy AI features are also expected to debut with the S24 FE, before the S25 series launch next year.

Samsung is also working on an affordable Galaxy Z Fold 6, which would be the first Fan Edition foldable. Judging from the 2023 release strategy, it’s expected that the Galaxy S24 FE might launch alongside the Galaxy Z Fold FE, new FE tablets.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 US model packs Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor

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The US variant of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. There were reports that Samsung may expand the Exynos chipset to its foldable lineup, which doesn’t seem to be happening, at least in the United States.

Recently, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 US variant was spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon chip. It isn’t surprising as the company is following its conventional chipset strategy. We expect that it will be the same chipset used in the Galaxy S24 Ultra, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy.

The Flip 6 smartphone scored 15084 points on Geekbench’s GPU test. Due to its foldable form factor, the device may miss a Galaxy S24-like larger cooling technology. Still, its impressive 15000+ points in the GPU test indicates that Samsung has greatly optimized the software.

The company still has three months remaining in the launch event. More performance improvements will likely be achieved before the Unpacked. The South Korean tech giant will likely unveil the next-gen foldable phones in mid-July.

This year, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra would join the standard Galaxy Z Fold 6 and the Galaxy Z Flip 6. In addition, an affordable variant of Fan Edition branding is also in development. However, the cheaper foldable would miss some pro-grade specs to maintain the price.

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Galaxy M35 5G surfaces on Samsung India site after FCC and Dekra’s OK

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Samsung seems all set to introduce Galaxy M35 5G in India. The phone has surfaced on Samsung India support website and the FCC and Dekra certification database. The development indicates that the official launch is not far away, at least in India.

The unreleased Galaxy M35 5G made its first appearance on the Samsung India support website. The listing revealed nothing other than the phone’s model number – SM-M356B. As spotted by 91mobiles, the upcoming handset has also received certification from FCC and Dekra.

Listing on the FCC database revealed that the Galaxy M35 5G features NFC, LTE, and 5G. It’s also confirmed that the device supports 25W fast charging, lagging behind its elder brother – Galaxy M55 5G, which supports fast charging up to 45W.

Dekra certification disclosed that the phone packs a 5880mAh battery, which Samsung will market as 6000mAh. Other features could include Android 14 OS out-of-the-box, Exynos 1380 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM as well as a modern punch hole display.

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