Samsung Confirms Galaxy Note Unpacked 2020 Event

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Unpacked 2020 Invite // Image Samsung.
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Samsung Unpacked 2020 Event

It’s the event many Samsung users anticipate each year, Galaxy Unpacked, and now we know the date for the Note 2020 event.

This time around it will be a totally virtual experience due to the current pandemic.

However, the good news is consumers can get the same experience as the media as it all unfolds.

On August 5th, at 10am ET / 3pm BST / 4pm CET, Samsung will unveil its newest Galaxy Note model, and hopefully, a few other new devices.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G af IFA 2019. {Tech} for Travel. https://techfortravel.wpengine.com
Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on show at #IFA2019 // Image {Tech} for Travel.
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What to Expect

At the start of the year during the first Unpacked, Samsung announced the S20 & S20 Ultra smartphones. Now, its the turn of the Note at the fall Samsung Unpacked 2020 event and probably an upgraded S-Pen too.

Virtual launches are all the technology industry can use at present, just this week, Motorola did so to show off its new G 5G Plus device.

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Samsung event during CES 2020. {Tech} for Travel. https://techfortravel.wpengine.com
Samsung at #CES2020 // Image {Tech} for Travel.
How to Watch

If you’d like to follow along with the Samsung Note Unpacked 2020 event then tune in on August 5th at 10 am CT where it will be live-streamed at samsung.com.

// Media Samsung Newsroom YouTube Channel.
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Join the Conversation

Are you a Galaxy Note or other ‘Phablet’ user? Do you think these over-sized smartphones still have a place in the market given the Plus/+ models most regular handsets have?

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