Here’s everything Samsung announced at the August Unpacked event
On Wednesday, Samsung held its latest Unpacked showcase. As expected, the event saw the company showcase its latest foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, but Samsung also reserved a section of the procedure for the devices. new wear. Here’s everything the company announced during the show.
Galaxy Z Fold 4
There are no surprises here. Galaxy Z Fold 4 is the star of the show. In terms of hardware, Samsung’s latest foldable flagship adds processor, an enhanced 50-megapixel main camera and a telephoto lens capable of taking further photos with 3x optical zoom. The main screen is also brighter. That said, the main story of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is all the software improvements Samsung has added. The foldable device was one of the first to ship , the new tablet-focused version of Google’s mobile operating system. It also has a redesigned taskbar for more efficient multitasking. In particular, many apps from Google and Microsoft now support the Z Fold form factor.
for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 opens today ahead of the phone’s August 26 release date. Prices start at $1,800 for 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
Galaxy Z Flip 4
Samsung hasn’t forgotten about its more affordable foldable. The Galaxy Z Flip 4’s The most notable hardware upgrades are a larger 3,700mAh battery, the addition of a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, and a main camera that Samsung claims is 65% brighter than its predecessor. The company has also tweaked the design of the Z Flip 4 to incorporate a thinner hinge and add new software customization options for the front display. Like its sibling, the Galaxy Z Fold will go on sale on August 26, with Pre-orders open today. There’s no price drop this time around, though: the Galaxy Z Flip 4 starts at $1,000.
Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro
After Samsung approved with Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 5 is a more iterative update. The company has reshaped the back of the wearable to create more surface area for it to make contact with your wrist. Along with the new infrared sensor, Samsung says the Galaxy Watch 5 offers much smarter health data than its predecessor. It also has a more durable glass exterior, and both the 40mm and 44mm models come with larger batteries. Samsung will also once again offer a Pro model of the Galaxy Watch. The latest has a titanium case, a larger 45mm display, and a large 590mAh battery. The Galaxy Watch 5 series will start at $280 when it hits shelves on August 26. However, you can Pre-order wearable devices today.
Galaxy Buds 2 Pro
The are one of the best true wireless earbuds you can buy last year. The new one Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Samsung showed off at Unpacked what looks like a promising upgrade. For starters, there’s the addition of Bluetooth 5.3, 24-bit audio support, and better noise-cancelling performance. Together, those features will improve sound quality and make it easier to adjust for background noise. Thanks to their 15% smaller design, Samsung says they will also fit better. But the most intriguing addition is a feature called Smart Voice Detection. When you start talking to someone, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro automatically turns off ANC and lowers the volume of your music. New in-ear headphones available for Pre-order today for $230, making them $30 more than their predecessors.
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