The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 release date has finally been confirmed for next month. The tech giant’s next Android mobile device will be revealed virtually, not at an in-person event, as we already expected.
The virtual Galaxy Unpacked event will be held on Wednesday, August 5th, at 10 a.m. ET, as per an official statement from Samsung. This means you should expect a live stream at 7 a.m. ET or 3 p.m. BST, and midnight AEST.
The Galaxy Unpacked Event
The tech giant’s invite, pictured below, confirms a recent Note 20 leak from Samsung’s own website that implies the smartphone will be available in a new copper color variant. The live stream also indicates to the company’s official website for the video.
This Galaxy Note 20-fronted release is the first Samsung Unpacked event to take place in the midst of the crisis we’re currently going through. The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip launch took place on February 11th in San Francisco, making it one of the last in-person release events in the tech industry.
What to Expect at the Galaxy Note 20 Event
Obviously, Samsung Unpacked will be virtual on August 5th, but everything else with regard to this launch event seems more like a routine, as per a series of Galaxy Note 20 leaks. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus are expected to feature bigger versions of the S20 and S20 Plus with the added capacities of the S Pen.
The Mystic Bronze color will probably be available for both sizes of the mobile devices. There are a few things we still don’t know about, including whether or not there will be a Note 20 Ultra with a 108MP camera, or if the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, which is expected to be named the Galaxy Z Fold, and Galaxy Z Flip 5G will be revealed at this event or will be announced separately.