Samsung unveils five new Galaxy devices at virtual launch event
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Samsung unveils five new Galaxy devices at virtual launch event

Samsung unveils five new Galaxy devices at virtual launch event

The Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra lead a strong lineup for Samsung second-half launch event


Samsung revealed five new devices during its Galaxy Unpacked virtual event live-streamed from Korea on Wednesday.

Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra

The S Pen on the Galaxy Note20 series offers more accuracy and responsiveness. The Pen’s five new Anywhere actions make touchless navigation of your device – like returning to the home screen or taking a screenshot – as simple as a flick of the wrist.

The Samsung Notes app now features auto-save and syncing capabilities, so you can pick up right where you left off as you move from device to device. Users can also annotate and highlight PDFs in Samsung Notes app. Audio recording as you jot down notes is available, and the synchronisation with the notes means you can tap a word in your notes to go to that moment in the recording.

Microsoft’s Your Phone app with Link to Windows integration now enables users to access mobile apps directly from a Windows 10 PC. This feature makes it simple and convenient to send messages, manage notifications, sync photos and make and receive calls all from your Windows 10 PC.

Beginning September 15, over 100 Xbox games will be available on Samsung devices directly from the cloud (beta) with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, including hits like Minecraft Dungeons and Gears 5.

With 21:9 aspect ratio and 24fps recording, the Galaxy Note20 series’ 8K camera now gives users access to professional quality video experience. The Pro Video mode features pro-grade focus, audio, exposure, zoom speed control, and 120 fps video at FHD. You can also control audio sources on the Galaxy Note20 series, adjusting gain and selecting between onboard mics or external sources.

Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+, tablets

Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ tablets feature a new powerful processor, an improved keyboard experience (keyboard sold separately as Book Cover Keyboard), and an improved S Pen with similar capabilities as the Galaxy Note20 series. Both Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ feature a 120 Hz refresh rate, enabling smoother cloud-based gaming and high-definition streaming.

Galaxy Watch3

With the Blood oxygen feature, customers can measure and track oxygen saturation over time, for fitness and wellness purposes. The new Samsung Health Monitor app on Galaxy Watch3 offers cuff-less blood pressure and electrocardiogram measurements, available in markets where these features have been authorised.

When a potential fall is detected, your location will be sent immediately to pre-designated contacts. Running Analysis will help athletes run better, improve form and prevent injuries, while VO2 max follows your cardio progress to provide insight into oxygen consumption. For those who want to stay fit while being at home, Samsung Health provides more than 120 different home training programmes so you can track your workout progress on your watch.

Galaxy Buds Live

The new Galaxy Buds Live Bluetooth earphones combine AKG’s sound expertise with a bigger, 12mm speaker compared to Galaxy Buds+. Galaxy Buds Live come with three microphones and Voice Pickup Unit and feature Active Noise Cancellation.

Galaxy Z Fold2

Galaxy Z Fold2 combines the portability and flexibility of a smartphone with the screen size of a tablet. The Galaxy Z Fold2 comes packed with two nearly bezel-less Infinity-O Displays. The Cover Screen is 6.2 inches and the main screen is 7.6 inches.

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