It’s official – Samsung Unpacked will probably be on August 11, and we’re anticipating a slew of units to be revealed due to months of rumors, together with the eagerly-awaited Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. However a brand new leak has given us an enchanting record of information we haven’t heard earlier than: what every system will supposedly value.
Redditor u/FragmentedChicken posted a listing of the costs they discovered on LambdaTek for a number of supposed Samsung merchandise which can be anticipated to launch on the occasion on August 11. Clearly, this leak might not be correct – both as a result of the listings could possibly be defective or just old-fashioned, as Samsung may tweak costs within the weeks left till Unpacked.
First is probably the most eagerly-awaited system, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, which the LambdaTek listings counsel will probably be priced at €1673.21 (round $1,970 / £1,439 / AU$2,680) for 256GB of storage and €1777.47 (round $2,095 / £1,529 / AU$2,849) for 512GB of storage. It would supposedly are available in phantom black, phantom silver, and phantom inexperienced colours.
This worth can be round what the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 value when it launched ($1,999 / £1,799 / AU$2,999), although we had heard rumors that it could be cheaper. One factor to bear in mind – for this and all Samsung units – is that the corporate tends to spherical off its costs to a pleasant, clear quantity, so we’d anticipate the ultimate worth tags to get nudged to the closest 50 or 100 denomination in all currencies.
The clamshell foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3’s worth will supposedly begin at €975.04 (round $1,150 / £839 / AU$1,560) for 128GB of storage and price €1025.95 (round $1,210 / £880 / AU$1,645) for 256GB storage. It would have a extra various shade palette, coming in black, white, mild pink, darkish blue, gray, lavender, cream, and inexperienced, in line with this leak.
These costs are far beneath the unique Samsung Galaxy Z Flip ($1,380 / £1,300 AU$1,800), and even the marginally costlier Z Flip 5G ($1,449 / £1,399 / AU$2,599), so we’re desirous to see if the Z Flip 3 may have a price ticket nearer to that of a flagship telephone – which may conceivably enhance its adoption.
Value predictions: wearables and audio
The opposite units are an attention-grabbing seize bag of devices that we nonetheless wouldn’t be stunned to see launch at Unpacked, given the rumors.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, as an illustration, known as the Galaxy Watch 4 Traditional on LambdaTek and are available in 42mm with a beginning price ticket of €256.46 (round $425 / £309 / AU$575) for the GPS solely mannequin and €298.17 (round $470 / £344 / AU$640) for 4G LTE. The a lot bigger 46mm mannequin, if these listings are proper, will begin at €379.02 (round $447 / £326 / AU$608) for the GPS solely model, whereas the 4G LTE mannequin will value €419.46 (round $495 / £360 / AU$672). This mannequin will solely are available in black and silver, the leak suggests.
What the leaker refers to because the Galaxy Watch 4 however which can probably be a sportier model (what we all know as Energetic, as within the Samsung Galaxy Watch Energetic 2) begins at €256.46 (round $300 / £220 / AU$410) for a smaller 40mm mannequin in GPS solely and €298.17 (round $350 / £255 / AU$479) for 4G LTE. The bigger 44mm mannequin, then again, will begin at €277.97 (round $327 / £239 / AU$445) for the GPS solely model, whereas the 4G LTE mannequin will value (round $375 / £275 / AU$510). The leak suggests it should are available in black, silver, inexperienced, and pink gold.
The leaked data claims the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 will value €149.64 (round $176 / £129 / AU$240), and are available in black, violet, white, and inexperienced. That’s smack in between the launch costs of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus ($149.99 / £159 / AU$299) and the Samsung Galaxy Buds Professional ($199 / £219 / AU$349), so we wouldn’t be shocked if this worth was near being true.
Even when the pricing doesn’t develop into correct, it nonetheless hints at which units we may see revealed at Unpacked on August 11.
By way of Android Authority