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The Samsung Unpacked event happened on Wednesday and adopted the ‘new normal virtual’ set up for big gatherings. In case you have missed the virtual Unpacked, we have listed the major key points and announcements just for you.
Galaxy Z Fold 2: What's New?
Samsung’s Unpacked event was groomed not only by their new foldable phone Galaxy Z Fold 2 but also by the cameo of the sensational Korean pop stars BTS.
The latest foldable has come with its new glass screen for its protection along with a 4,500mAh Dual Intelligent Battery. Although the full details of the latest foldable will be revealed on its formal launch on September 1, its reservation is currently available in the U.S.
Galaxy Buds Live
Sometimes we love phone accessories more than the phone itself. Well, Samsung finally unpacked new wireless earbuds introducing its active noise-canceling features. The Galaxy Buds are available now for only $170 with its ability to function as a mic when connected to a Note device.
Galaxy Watch 3
Besides many new features of the Samsung smartwatches, one thing that users really missed is its physical bezel. Well, behold the return of the physical bezel on the Galaxy Watch 3, making it rotatable. Moreover to that, Samsung has announced that they received FDA clearance for its ECG monitor that will be functioning along with improved fitness and sleep tracking of the Galaxy Watch 3. You can get your Galaxy Watch 3 41 mm and 45 mm for $400 and $430.
Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
In line with Samsung’s phablet edition, which comes in with two different size models, both 6.7 and 6.9-inch Note 20 upgrades to 5G. Moreover, an ultra-wideband is integrated for the Note 20 series enabling various features such as unlock feature, file sharing in close proximity, and more.
The Note 20 Ultra comes with a 50x superzoom and a 120Hz refresh rate. Samsung also worked with Note 20's accessibilty to the user's Windows computer allowing them to play 100 Xbox games on the new Note 20.
Galaxy Tab series also join the 5G group that is branded by the South Korean company as “the first tablets that support 5G available in the United States.” The series comes in with an 11 and 12-4 inch display for both S7 and S7+. However, prices for 5G models were not out yet.