NEW DELHI: Tech giant Samsung launched its new Galaxy A-series smartphones at the company’s second Galaxy Unpacked event. Samsung launched the 4G and 5G variants of
Galaxy A52 and the
Samsung Galaxy A72 smartphone at the event.
It appears that Samsung is not going to stop and the company is expected to launch multiple smartphones this year. A new online report by Sammobile revealed the roadmap of future Samsung launches.
According to the report, Samsung will launch the
Galaxy Z Fold3 and the
Galaxy Z Flip 2 smartphones in Q3 this year. The company is also said to launch the latest WearOS smartwatches with foldable smartphones.
The report also adds that Samsung might also launch the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone in Q4 this year. So, it is possible that the company might launch the Galaxy S21 FE event in the August Unpacked event. Along with high-end smartphones, Samsung is also expected to launch a handful of Galaxy M smartphones.
On the other hand, popular tipster Evan Blass also revealed that Samsung will launch the toned down version of its Android tablet Galaxy S7 this year. The company is said to launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite round June this year. Blass also reveal that Samsung will expand its laptop lineup and will launch a new laptop in next month.
Samsung confirmed that it will not launch Galaxy Note series smartphones this year. However, the company also said that it is not doing away with the Note series and will launch the smartphone next year.
During Samsung’s 52nd annual shareholder’s meeting, DJ Koh, co-CEO of Samsung’s IT and Mobile Communications division has confirmed that this year it will be difficult for the company to release the new Galaxy Note 21 series.
Koh added that the reason behind this is the shortage of chips and clash with the existing products. To recall earlier this year, Samsung launched the
Galaxy S21 Ultra which comes with S Pen support.