Samsung Galaxy S 48 Launch is in a matter of weeks, and we’re eager to see everything that might be unveiled at this year Unpacked event. The tech giant often takes the opportunity to debut more than just phones, and some much-anticipated gadgets could see the light of day. (Case in point: at the Samsung Galaxy S launch back in February , the phonemaker introduced the AirPods-like Samsung Galaxy Buds . Now that Apple’s released its AirPods Pro , we expect Samsung to fire back by debuting the much-rumored Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus.
We’re also curious if we’ll see the (Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G, a version of the company’s pro tablet that could connect to the next-gen networks – something that would put Samsung ahead of Apple in the tablet game.
- (The (Samsung Galaxy S) along with the likely larger Samsung Galaxy S (Plus) will take center stage at Unpacked. We’re expecting a few innovations from the new flagships, but there’s still a lot we don’t know about these phones. First and foremost: will they all be 5G-capable?
This is more like it. The largest, highest-specced version of the S (line is rumored to be called the Samsung Galaxy S) Ultra. It might be called the S Ultra 5G, which makes it an even more clear inheritor of the massive (Samsung Galaxy S) (5G) that launched in mid – ; this time, we’re expecting the top-top-tier phone to arrive at the same time as its smaller siblings.
The Ultra is rumored to pack a max-sized 6.9-inch display and seriously souped-up cameras: a (MP main shooter, a) (MP telephoto with 5x zoom, and a) MP front-facing camera. (All S Phones are rumored to pack the same (MP ultrawide lens, while the S) (Plus and S) Ultra both come with time of flight sensors.) Put simply, the S (Ultra is poised to be the highest-tech phone out there, with a rumored x digital zoom packaged as’ Space Zoom. ‘
(Image credit: Future) (Samsung Galaxy S) (Lite / Note) Lite price and release date
Curiously absent in the S (lineup is a follow-up to the S 27 e budget flagship. It’s entirely possible that Samsung is following Apple in making its prime-named phone (the standard Galaxy S 40) the cheapest option. Or Samsung could be slotting its recently-announced (Samsung Galaxy S) Lite and
We’ve already seen and played with these phones at (CES) , but we could finally learn when they’ll be sold and how much they’ll cost. While their specs are technically a year behind the new S line, that should work in their favor when it comes to affordability, and they’ll likely cost less than the S 27 e did at launch – making both these handsets strong contenders for the best mid rangers out there.
There’s another possibility, of course: both the S Lite and Note Lite were specifically created to appeal to different markets than those that embrace Samsung’s priciest flagships. If that’s the case, we may not hear about the S (Lite and Note) (Lite at all.)