The best Samsung Unpacked 2020 : All the news
There are many years that Samsung has been celebrating its famous Unpacked, in which it announces important news. Although they have always been closely associated with the novelties of smartphones , more and more announcements of products of all kinds can be expected.
And it is that the ecosystem of the brand no longer only depends on its wide portfolio of mobile phones, but it has also been joined by the Galaxy Tab tablets , the Galaxy Buds headphones, the Galaxy Watch bracelets and smart watches, as well as the televisions and everything. type of connected appliances.
Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra: The big stars
On this occasion, the main novelties are given by the two new versions that make up the new Galaxy Note 20 series, with the standard model whose screen is 6.42 inches and that of the Note 20 Ultra that amounts to 6.87 inches, the latter with a 108 MP main camera sensor. Both models have Exynos 990 CPUs with 7nm manufacturing, with 8GB of RAM for the Note 20 and 12GB for the Note 20 Ultra. In any case, they are 5G models with screens whose refresh rate is 120 Hz and carry the new next-generation S-Pen.
Galaxy Z Flip 2 5G: The Saga Continues
As a continuation of premium smartphones , Samsung’s range of foldable screen phones has its continuation in the form of the new Galaxy Z Flip 2, a model that is now on sale with the expected 5G connectivity that did not have its version previous.
Samsung has chosen to continue the original design in such a way that the two screen modules are joined by a hinge that allows it to be closed inwards, like the old clamshell phones of a lifetime.
Thus, the foldable AMOLED panel amounts to 6.7 inches with Full HD + resolution and in 21.9: 9 format. Where we find the improvements is in its processor that now implements the Snapdragon 865+, the latest from Qualcomm with which it will guarantee more power and performance.
Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 +: Improved S-Pen Experience
Samsung maintains its family of Galaxy Tab tablets with these two novelties that come with different screen sizes and panels, in order to diversify their prices and be able to satisfy the demand of a greater number of users.
The standard model of Galaxy Tab S7 presents an 11-inch screen with an IPS panel, compared to that of the Tab S7 + that is superior to 12.4 inches and a Super AMOLED panel. Both, yes, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz to speed up the movement of the interface.
Both tablet models Galaxy Tab S7 can be found with finishes in Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze or Mystic Silver colors, following the line with which the new Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra also arrive, as well as the Galaxy Buds wireless headphones.
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Galaxy Buds Live: Now with noise cancellation
Something that Samsung’s Galaxy Buds users have been demanding is the incorporation of ANC active noise cancellation technology in the headphones and finally the brand has integrated it in order to compete with the AirPods Pro themselves. Apple’s .
In addition, the company wants to continue improving the detection sensors integrated in them so that you can practice sports or exercise with the security of measuring distance, speed, times and changes in heart rate.
The new Galaxy Buds Live come with touch controls and on theory, its battery has been optimized to achieve an autonomy of the order of 10 hours in normal use conditions, in addition to the charge provided by its base.
Galaxy Watch 3: The rotating bezel is back
Another long-awaited release from which many rumors had emerged is that of the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatches which have finally been announced by Samsung in two different case sizes of 41 and 45mm, with similar finishes in bronze and black.
If the Galaxy Active generation dispensed with the typical bezel or frame on which we operate the interface functions, to do so directly on the edge of the screen glass, the new Watch 3 recover the essence of the Watch of previous generations.
And is that the rotating bezel not only helps to facilitate the handling of the interface, but also gives the watch a more traditional and analog look. On its battery, that of the smallest model is 247 mAh, while that of the largest Galaxy Watch 3 is 340 mAh, both with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage.
The Tizen operating system platform that Samsung bet on in its early days, continues to look really good with countless watch faces and the ability to customize the colors and the most commonly accessed applications. They also have LTE connectivity.