Samsung's next releases are leaked

Although most companies prefer to wait until the day of the official presentation to release the details of their latest news to surprise their fans, it is increasingly common for new devices to leak early. On this occasion, everything that Samsung plans to launch soon has been revealed cell phones, watches, and headphones are on the list. 

The prominent leaker Evan Blass tweeted a series of GIFs with images of the alleged devices that the Samsung company plans to launch in a virtual event that, according to speculation, will take place on August 11. 

The latest in a series of leaks ahead of Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event is the most comprehensive yet. Although there has already been talking about the possibility of seeing a new line of folding phones, a pair of Wear OS smart watches, and new headphones, we can now get a clear idea of ​​what the new products will look like, including the new variants color. 

In the images shared through Twitter, you can see the new foldable Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3, although it must be said that these models Blass had already shared some photos at the end of June. Beyond folding phones, it also showed the Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung's follow-up to the less than $ 700 series that it began selling last April. 

In addition to smartphones, there are new wearables. The Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic smartwatches were also recently leaked. Also the Galaxy Buds 2, the latest addition to the company's growing range of wireless headphones. 

It is important to mention that although the images are very clear, which gives us a good idea of ​​what we can expect from the South Korean company, it is not an official version, so in the end there could be some changes. Even Samsung itself is waiting for some previews of its new line before its event. But we will have to wait. 

Free tv 

Beyond the devices that are waiting from Samsung, a novelty that is already available is a web version of its free Smart TV Plus streaming service and with advertising for linear and live programming. Plus additional streaming support for Chromecast devices.

The streaming product, which was previously limited to Samsung TV and mobile devices, launched as a web service in the second quarter of 2021, the Protocol website reported. The company's offering joins growing competition in terms of streaming and apparently made the decision not to give it much prominence, but the launch makes an app that was previously limited to Samsung users now widely available to almost anyone.

Samsung had no immediate comment on the launch when the week rolled around. However, a spokesperson confirmed the launch of the web version of the service to Protocol.

You have to remember that Samsung TV Plus has been around for years. In fact, it appeared in 2016, but it was only available on Samsung smart TVs. Now, launching to additional devices outside of the streaming ecosystem puts you more directly in competition with ad-supported streaming services like Peacock, the Roku channel, or other linear programming offerings like Pluto TV or Plex.

While it's unclear why the company appears to have decided to launch the web version of its streaming service now, Samsung appears to be exploring ways to bring TV Plus to a wider audience. 

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