Jun 21st, 2021

2021 seems to be flying by much quicker than 2020. Mobile World Congress is already fast-approaching and Samsung is going the virtual route for its session. Earlier today, Samsung announced that it would be hosting a Samsung Galaxy session on June 28th. While not much information was shared, Samsung did state that it will be “showcasing” how the Galaxy ecosystem can enrich your lifestyle. But the more interesting aspect of this event comes via the following:

“Samsung will also be unveiling its vision for the future of smartwatches at the event…”

Ever since Google and Samsung announced the new version of Wear OS coming this Fall, we really haven’t seen too much. We know that both Samsung and Fitbit’s next smartwatches will be powered by this new collaboration. But there are still many questions that have been left unanswered. It’s unlikely that Samsung will answer everything at this event, but what we could end up seeing is the Galaxy Watch 4 series.

Recent leaks suggest that Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 lineup has gone into mass-production, meaning that an official release is coming soon. What will be interesting to see is how many new Galaxy Watch models are introduced. It’s possible that Samsung just shows off the software, or we could end up seeing a new Galaxy Watch 4, and the highly-anticipated successor to the Galaxy Watch Active 2.

June 28th is just a week away, so we don’t have too much longer to wait. Let us know what you think about this announcement, and whether Samsung will use this as an opportunity to introduce its new smartwatches, or if it will just be teasing the upcoming software changes.