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The Samsung Galaxy S22 Series is all set to launch in Metaverse tomorrow

New Delhi: Samsung Of Galaxy Unpacked 2022 Event It is being held on 9th February. The feature of this event is that it is not only virtual but this event will not pass even in metavars. Holding an event in Metavers will definitely benefit the company. Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2022 Event in the company your much awaited Samsung Galaxy S22 The series is about to launch. The company Galaxy S22 under this series, Galaxy S22 Plus And Galaxy S22 Ultra Will introduce these smartphones. Come to South Korea before the launch Smartphone The manufacturer has announced the launch of Metavers. Samsung informed that the audience will have to go to “Samsung 837X” to watch the event in Metavers.

What is Samsung 837X?

Samsung The 837X is a virtual space in Decentraland, where viewers can view unpacked events in 2D. You can also explore the New York City Flagship Experience Center. NFT can be taken. The company said that for this experience, users will have to share their credentials by connecting a Metmask Wallet. According to Samsung, users who log in as guests will not get the full experience. The company has not yet clarified what else the audience will experience in Metavers. The Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2022 Event can be viewed on the official website, YouTube channel, Facebook and Twitter accounts. The event will also be available on Reddit, Twitch, TickTock and Amazon Live. The Indian audience will also be able to watch the event.

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung is expected to launch three flagship S-Series models Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra at the first Unpacked Event of the year. The company is also expected to announce the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 and Tab S8 Ultra at the Galaxy Unpacked 2022 Event. After being introduced in the global market, these three models in the S series can also be launched in India. It will replace the Samsung Galaxy S21 series launched last year.

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