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Samsung's new products already have an announcement date

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a Samsung has announced that its next big Unpacked event will take place on July 10, an occasion where fans of the South Korean tech company will be able to discover some of the brand's new products.

The information was officially shared on Samsung websitewhere it is reported that the new products will be officially presented in Paris, France, and that they will be equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) functions already included in the Galaxy AI “package”.

It is worth noting that Galaxy AI is already available for quite a few of Samsung's latest high-performance devices, however, it is very likely that the company has prepared some new features.

Samsung has not said what it plans to reveal in this Unpacked, but rumors circulating in recent months indicate that it will be possible to see foldable devices Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Z Flip 6, the smartwatch Galaxy Watch 7 and (very likely) Being the brand's first smart ring, Galaxy Ring.

Read also: Samsung makes a “slip” and reveals the first images of the new foldable devices

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