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Samsung To Unveil A New Galaxy Device On August 15

At the Mobile World Congress 2012 event held earlier this year, Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy Note 10.1. Though five months have gone, yet the device has not been released. It is expected that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will launch in September. But, there could be a twist. Recently, Samsung Electronics America has sent a notice to the media that it plans to unveil a new Galaxy device on August 15. Would it be Galaxy Note 10.1 or Samsung Galaxy Note 2 which is supposed to be released in September but releasing in August? Or something else?


Samsung has started sending out save-the-date emails for an event which is going to be held on August 15. Yes folks! Samsung is going to arrange a press conference on August 15. On that date, Samsung will unveil a new Galaxy device. But, the email didn’t mention any additional details and it didn’t specify if the new device will be a smartphone or a tablet. So, the new Galaxy device could be Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or Galaxy Note 10.1 or something else.

At MWC 2012, Samsung announced the feasible releasing time of Galaxy Note 10.1 is in September. Hence, there is little chance that they will unveil the device on August 15. However, if they do so, it will surely be a big surprise! On the other side, Samsung recently has released Samsung Galaxy S3. So, don’t expect them to bring Samsung Galaxy S4 this early (they’re not Mozilla Firefox. Just kidding!). On August 15, Samsung may unveil Galaxy Note 2 because the previous release of the series was in last year’s IFA. So, my best guess is that the Galaxy Note 2 might be unveiled on August 15.

Samsung’s press conference on August 15 is supposed to begin at 10:00 a.m. EST. So, lets wait till August 15 to see what new Galaxy device Samsung brings us for? If you have any idea about the new Galaxy device, do share with us.

Source : BGR

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