San Francisco – Samsung is expected to showcase its latest smartphones on Wednesday, the latest attempt by a handset maker to come up with new features compelling enough to stop a slump in sales. The new models expected in San Francisco will commemorate the 10th anniversary of Samsung's first smartphone.
Samsung should also provide a preview of a highly anticipated smartphone with a foldable screen.
This prestigious event, called Samsung Unpacked, will begin at 11 am Pacific Time at Bill Graham's San Francisco auditorium.
CNET said that "nothing has been officially confirmed, but we are waiting for a new Galaxy S10 with a perforated screen and a Galaxy S10 Plus with three rear cameras.There should also be a budget Galaxy S10E capable of competing with IPhone XR and the Apple Galaxy Some buds that will compete with the Apple AirPods. And for good measure, there's the Galaxy 5G phone and a preview of the Samsung Galaxy X foldable phone. "
The technology website also raised the question of the little surprise that the Samsung product can reveal, given the amount of "persistent, complete and probably extremely accurate series of leaks" that took place today.
Samsung could also worry about the difficulties encountered to arouse consumer interest in the face of new smartphones, given Apple's latest experience. Tim Cook & Co. introduced the iPhone's 10th anniversary edition as a breakthrough in the release of it by the end of 2017. But the iPhone X is not selling as well as analysts hoped, partly because it was costing $ 1,000.
Smartphones made in recent years have also not made significant improvements over previous models. The calming of innovation has hardly prompted consumers to abandon their current devices and buy something new.