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(Pocket-lint) - Samsung has announced when it will live-stream its next hardware event, by inviting the media to explore its " latest Galaxy Devices". The company calls hardware events "Galaxy Unpacked", and this one is no exception.

Samsung will hold an Unpacked on Wednesday 5 August at 10am ET.

It is expected to reveal the Galaxy Note 20 series and possibly a successor to the first-generation Galaxy Fold. Samsung's invite shows a splash of copper, which ties in with leaked images of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in a new copper shade, so we can assume Samsung is teasing this device.

The Galaxy Note 20 series will be a premium range separate from the Galaxy 20 series. It will reportedly feature a triple rear camera array with a periscope-style lens and perhaps a 3D ToF sensor or laser autofocus.

It might also include the Snapdragon 865, 5G by default, a 120Hz refresh rate display option, and, obviously, an upgraded S-Pen. At least two models - a smaller Galaxy Note 20, and a larger Note 20+ or Note 20 Ultra - could debut in August.

As for the new Galaxy Fold, it could be called the Galaxy Fold 2 or Galaxy Z Fold 2, and it might come with a larger internal 7.7-inch display and a cut-out camera. There could even be a Galaxy Z Flip 5G unveiled. See our guides below for a complete roundup of leaks so far on the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Fold 2:

Writing by Maggie Tillman. Editing by Britta O'Boyle. Originally published on 8 July 2020.