It’s official – Samsung Unpacked will be August 11, and we expect a number of devices to be revealed thanks to months of rumors, including the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. But a new leak has given us a fascinating list of information we have not heard before: what each device will reportedly cost.
Redditor without FragmentedChicken posted a list of the prices they came up with LambdaTek for a few suspected Samsung products that are expected to be launched at the event on August 11. Obviously, this leak may not be accurate – either because the entries may be incorrect or simply outdated, as Samsung may adjust the prices in the weeks again to Unpacked.
First up is the most anticipated device, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, which LambdaTek listings suggest will be priced at € 1
This price would be around what the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 cost when it was launched ($ 1,999 / £ 1,799 / AU $ 2,999), although we had heard rumors that it would be cheaper. One thing to keep in mind – for this and all Samsung devices – is that the company tends to round the prices to a nice, clean number, so we expect the final price tags to be plucked to the nearest 50 or 100 denominations in all currencies.
The collapsible Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 price will reportedly start at € 975.04 (around $ 1150 / £ 839 / AU $ 1,560) for 128 GB of storage and cost € 1025.95 (around $ 1,210 / £ 880 / AU $ 1,645 ) for 256 GB storage. According to this leak, it will have a more varied color palette, in black, white, light pink, dark blue, gray, lavender, cream and green.
These prices are well below the original Samsung Galaxy Z Flip ($ 1,380 / £ 1,300 AU $ 1,800), and even the slightly more expensive Z Flip 5G ($ 1,449 / £ 1,399 / AU $ 2,599), so we are eager to see if the Z Flip 3 could have a price tag closer to that of a flagship phone – which could possibly increase adoption.
Price predictions: wearables and sound
The other units are an interesting grab bag with gadgets that we still will not be surprised to see the launch of Unpacked, given the rumors.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, for example, referred to as the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic on LambdaTek and comes in 42mm with a starting price of € 256.46 (around $ 425 / £ 309 / AU $ 575) for the only GPS model and € 298.17 (around $ 470 / £ 344 / AU $ 640) for 4G LTE. The much larger 46mm model, if these entries are true, starts at € 379.02 (around $ 447 / £ 326 / AU $ 608) for the single GPS version, while the 4G LTE model costs € 419.46 (around $ 495 / £ 360 / AU $ 672). This model only comes in black and silver, the leak suggests.
What the leaker refers to as the Galaxy Watch 4, but which is likely to be a sporty version (what we know as Active, as in the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2) starts at € 256.46 (around $ 300 / £ 220 / AU $ 410) for a smaller 40mm model in GPS only and € 298.17 (around $ 350 / £ 255 / AU $ 479) for 4G LTE. The larger 44mm model, on the other hand, starts at € 277.97 (around $ 327 / £ 239 / AU $ 445) for the single GPS version, while the 4G LTE model will cost (around $ 375 / £ 275 / AU $ 510) . The leak suggests that it comes in black, silver, green and pink gold.
The leaked information claims that the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 costs € 149.64 (around $ 176 / £ 129 / AU $ 240), and comes in black, purple, white and green. The launch price of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus ($ 149.99 / £ 159 / AU $ 299) and the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro ($ 199 / £ 219 / AU $ 349) are booming, so we would not be shocked if this price was close to be true.
Although the pricing does not turn out to be accurate, it still suggests which units we could see revealed on Unpacked on August 11th.
Via Android authority