Here Are All of the New Devices Announced at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020
From the Galaxy Note 20 to new Galaxy Buds Live earphones.
Taking its Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event online this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Samsung has unveiled five new devices. The latest additions to its lineup of smart gadgets include the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+, Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Buds Live and Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Supporting 5G networks, the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra boast Snapdragon 865 Plus processors, as well as Gorilla Glass 5 and Victus glass. The Ultra arrives with a 108MP wide-angle lens with 5x optical zoom, while the Note 20 sports a 64MP telephoto lens. Arriving in four color options, the smartphones are complete with waterproof and wireless charging features. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ come with 11-inch and 12.4-inch screens, 5G support and a new S Pen with added precision. Available in “Mystic Black,” “Mystic Silver” and “Mystic Bronze,” the device enhances productivity with the Multi Active Windows function that allows three apps to be used at the same time. Additionally, Samsung has unveiled its third foldable phone dubbed Galaxy Z Fold 2, which comes with a 7.6-inch display that folds vertically. While not much is known just yet, the company has shared that it will be teaming up with Thom Browne once again for a premium iteration of the smartphone.
For smaller accessories, the Galaxy Watch 3 arrives in a lighter design and is offered in 41mm and 45mm sizes. The smartwatch can be used for health purposes, including the measurement of blood pressure and electrocardiogram (ECG). The device also comes with a fall detection function, sending an SOS message and sharing the user’s location with four pre-defined contacts. Meanwhile, Galaxy Buds Live is Samsung’s latest set of wireless earbuds, which sport an ergonomic design. The headphones feature an open-type noise canceling function, along with three microphones for improved call quality.
In addition to the products, the tech giant has also announced its new partnership with Google and Microsoft for improved compatibility. Notes and Documents can now be automatically synced on Samsung’s mobile phones, tablets and Windows 10 computers, allowing a seamless transition between devices.
Scroll through the gallery above to take a look at Samsung’s five new devices, and watch the virtual presentation below. You can head over to Samsung’s website to learn more about the products.