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Samsung is holding their Galaxy Note 20 'Unpacked' Event on August 5 where they'll also introduce the Galaxy Fold 2 with a 7.7" Display

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Samsung Electronics is highly likely to hold its annual “Unpacked” event for the Galaxy Note lineup online instead of their traditional Live New York event on August 5 due to social distancing requirements, especially in New York.


At this year’s event, Samsung is expected to unveil four new gadgets: Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G and the Galaxy Watch 3 which could introduce a new ECG feature like Apple did with the Apple Watch Series 5 if the U.S. FDA has given them the green light.


Samsung received approval for the ECG feature from Korea's Ministry of Food and Drug Safety in late May. Samsung filed their patent for an ECG feature for their Galaxy Watch back in December 2018. 


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The Galaxy Note 20 is forecast to be released in two versions -- Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Plus. The Note 20 version is expected to feature a 6.4-inch display and a 4,300 mAh battery. The Plus model is likely to sport a 6.9-inch screen and 4,500-mAh battery.


The Galaxy Note 20 Plus camera specs have leaked with the larger of Samsung's upcoming phablets set to feature a 108MP main sensor, 13MP telephoto lens, 12MP ultra wide angle shooter and a laser focus sensor.


The second edition of Galaxy Fold is anticipated to feature the largest-ever 7.7-inch screen when unfolded. Market watchers expect that the Galaxy Fold 2 will be equipped with the S Pen in a bid to maximize the use of such a large screen making like a Galaxy Note Foldable.


A Samsung Official confirmed that "The online event may take place through various platforms, including, Samsung Newsroom, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook."


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