Samsung announced that it will host the Unpacked 2 event on October 20
Samsung announced that it will host the Unpacked 2 event on October 20

Samsung has sent out an invitation to an online event that will take place on Wednesday, October 20, at 5:00 PM.

It's called Galaxy Unpacked Part 2, which could indicate that we might see clones of existing phones instead of new Galaxy phones being released.

With the Korean company's announcement, we now have an Apple event on Monday (we're expecting a new MacBook Pro), a Google Pixel 6 phone on Tuesday, and a Samsung event on Wednesday.

In addition to inviting images, the company's post also said: Our users are multi-faceted and live their lives colorful, fun and unique. Hence, the technology they use every day should reflect their personality. Watch Galaxy Unpacked Part 2 on October 20 to see how Samsung is using technology to enable a new experience of self-expression.

It can mean anything. But it does seem to indicate a new color for the Galaxy phone, and it could be a full customization option. The company may allow you to have the colors you want in all aspects of the Galaxy Z Flip 3. The teaser image could indicate this.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is expected to be launched

The company is offering customers a Galaxy Z Fold 2 option that allows them to choose their own accent color for the hinge. But this option has disappeared on the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

No dedicated software can compete with the original Moto X. This allows users to choose any number of different colors and even material options for their phones. Including bamboo. Samsung doesn't seem to go that far.

Galaxy S21 FE, the reasonably priced fan version of the long-discussed Galaxy S21, is also worth the wait. According to reports, the company is still planning to launch the Galaxy S21 FE in January.

No matter what the company plans to announce on Wednesday, the 20th, it may struggle to gain attention after the Apple and Google events. However, Wednesday's election may be a strategic attempt to distract the Pixel 6.

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