Samsung unveil the brand’s ‘most powerful Galaxy’ during Unpacked in April; see teaser

Samsung unveil the brand's 'most powerful Galaxy' during Unpacked in April; see teaser

Samsung is in full swing in the production of new Galaxy models; Quantum 2 was made official a very short time ago in Korea. Now, the South Korean manufacturer has released a new teaser that announces the launch of the brand’s “most powerful Galaxy”.

The mysterious device will be presented during a new edition of Samsung’s standard Galaxy Unpacked event, scheduled for the day April 28, 2021. The teaser does not reveal much about what this device would be, as is natural for invitations of this type. However, there are some clues and rumors that may help to assume that this next powerful release is about.

Right away, we imagine that the novelty is a smartphone, probably the Galaxy Z Fold 3, whose early arrival for July, next to the Galaxy Flip 2, was already being a cause for buzz. The possibility of anticipation was reinforced by the recent cancellation of the Galaxy Note 21.

However, a mobile processor – even one as powerful as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 – is not yet on the same level as a true laptop processor.

This leads us to think that the novelty may be the new line of Galaxy Book laptops, whose models Pro e Pro 360 had recently leaked images and details, and were expected to be released on April 4th.

The model Galaxy Book S was released recently in Brazil and brought the Intel Lakefield processor. The new Galaxy Book should feature 13.3 ” and 15.6 ” OLED panels, support for S-Pen and 11th generation Intel Core CPUs. Definitely, these devices can occupy the post of Samsung’s “most powerful Galaxy”.

Ultimately, we will discover the real device behind this teaser in mid-April; this if more details are not leaked ahead of time.

What did you think of the news? What will be this new powerful launch from Samsung? Tell your opinion in the comments!

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