Just like every year, Samsung held the “Samsung Unpacked” event in San Francisco and announced its next-gen smartphones in front of hundreds of reporters. The Samsung Unpacked 2020 event witnessed the 2nd folding smartphone and next-gen S20 models.
In a case, if you missed the live stream of the Samsung Unpacked 2020 event, then here we are gonna tell you everything Samsung just announced at the Unpacked 2020 event. Let’s check em’ out!
Samsung Unpacked Event 2020 Highlight
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Many rumors were roaming everywhere about the release of new foldable Galaxy phones, and finally, Samsung announces the latest Galaxy Z Flip. So the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is now official, which will be available for pre-order from February 14th with the price of $1380.
The new Galaxy Z Flip has the giant 6.7-inch screen with the small exterior display to let you some lightweight functionality like notifications, battery life indicators, and quick selfies, more! There is also one exciting feature spotted in Galaxy Z Flip, which is called “Flex Mode.” This new Flex Mode will let you use the device as halfway unfolded just like laptop-style; it is the excellent feature for hands-free viewing. Also, Samsung worked for making the device to avoid getting dust and debris with the layer of fibers inside.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Models
As we expected, Samsung launched the trio of Galaxy S20 with the release of the S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra with the price of $999, $1,199 and $1,399, respectively. The new S20 has 6.2-inch, S20 Plus 6.7-inch, and S20 Ultra sports 6.9-inch huge display, which runs 120hz. Samsung added 5G support to all three S20 devices considering the upcoming technology trend.
Talking about the cameras, the S20 has three cameras, and S20 Plus and S20 Ultra have four cameras with the depth sensor. The most advanced S20 Ultra comes with the 108-megapixel sensor on the wide-angle lens. About the zooming capability, the S20 and S20 Plus will support up to 30x zoom and the S20 Ultra up to 100x. You can record 8k videos with every S20 device. One exciting feature Samsung added to the S20 device is “Single Take,” which will let you take one short video and enjoy the multiple options to choose from boomerangs, looping clips, AI-enhanced photos, etc.
If you want to pre-order Samsung Galaxy S20 models, then you should know that the pre-order will start from February 21st, and the device will be on your hands from March 6th.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+
Another upgrade came for the Galaxy Buds as Samsung announced the Galaxy Buds+ to compete with its rival Apple’s AirPods. The new Galaxy Buds+ have the improved sound quality as they are shifting single driver system to the dual-driver system. Samsung also added microphones from two to three on its new Buds. Talking about the run time, the new Galaxy Buds Plus will be able to run up to 11 hours on a full charge and added 11 hours with the charging case. You will also be able to charge the new Galaxy Buds+ wirelessly with the PowerShare function by just holding Buds+ case against the phone for 3 to 4 minutes to juice up for an hour. The shipment of the new Galaxy Buds+ will start from February 14 at the $149 price.
Are you happy with these Samsung’s new line-ups? Do you still miss something from the Samsung Unpacked Event? Please do share your opinion in the comment box!