Samsung Galaxy Unpacked likely set for July 10 in Paris

This year's Galaxy Unpacked might launch a trio of foldable phones instead of the usual two
An undated image of Galaxy Unpacked held in January 2024. —
An undated image of Galaxy Unpacked held in January 2024. — 

Tech enthusiasts, get ready! Samsung's next Galaxy Unpacked event is reportedly on the horizon, with a rumoured date of July 10 in the City of Lights, Paris.

This aligns with earlier rumours hinting at the unveiling of the highly anticipated foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6, sometime in early July.

But foldables might not be the sole showstoppers. Whispers abound about the debut of the Galaxy Ring, Samsung's first venture into miniature wearables with built-in fitness tracking.

Tech enthusiasts first caught a glimpse of this intriguing device at Samsung’s previous Unpacked event where they launched the Galaxy S24 series. The South Korean tech giant even gave a sneak peek of its design at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 this February.

This year's Galaxy Unpacked might witness a break from tradition with Samsung potentially launching a trio of foldable phones instead of the usual two. The rumour mill suggests two book-style Galaxy Z Fold models alongside the ever-popular clamshell-style Galaxy Z Flip 6.

There's also talk of a premium "Ultra" version of the Z Fold 6 boasting upgraded hardware and a steeper price tag, with potential limitations on availability in certain markets.

The rumour train keeps chugging along. Other anticipated unveilings include the next generation of the Galaxy Watch series, the Watch 7, and the Galaxy Tab S10 lineup. Samsung might even throw us a curveball and launch the Galaxy XR, their response to Apple's Vision Pro mixed reality headset, marking their foray into the exciting world of extended reality (XR).

With the event likely taking place just weeks before the 2024 Summer Olympics kick off in Paris, the anticipation is high for Samsung to unveil a plethora of innovative devices. Get ready for a tech extravaganza under the Eiffel Tower!