Samsung's annual Galaxy Unpacked finally wrapped up Wednesday morning, and the streamed event included all the big reveals we already expected.  


So, in no particular order, here are all the major products announced on the livestream: The Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra, Tab S7 and S7+, Galaxy Watch3, and the Galaxy Buds Live.


We were also graced with some exciting specs and pricing details, which can be found below. 


Galaxy Buds Live

The Galaxy Buds Live (aka Beans) are Samsung's newest wireless earbuds and feature active noise cancelation. So, hopefully, your podcasts will come through all that much clearer as you exercise in the confines of your own home for the foreseeable future. 


They have three microphones and something called a Voice Pickup Unit. The speaker is 12mm, and has a "bass duct." 


You can buy them starting Thursday, for $169.99. Color options are Mystic Bronze, Mystic White, and Mystic Black.


Tab S7, and S7+

Samsung's new tablets, the Tab S7 and S7+, are (surprise) two different sizes and support the S Pen. The former has an 11-inch display, and the latter has a 12.4-inch display. 


Where 5G is available, they can support it. The battery is "super fast charging supported."


You can buy them in the U.S. sometime this fall, and cost $649.99 for the S7 and $849.99 for the S7+. Colors include Mystic Black, Mystic Silver, and Mystic Bronze. 


Galaxy Watch3

Samsung's latest smartwatch does more than tell the time. Specifically, the Galaxy Watch3 also offers ECG and blood-pressure monitoring (only in South Korea). 


You can buy the Bluetooth and LTE models starting Thursday, and can chose from two sizes: 41mm and 45mm. The Bluetooth watch has two models priced starting at $399.99 and $429.99, respectively. The two LTE sizes are priced starting at $449.99 and $479.99.  


The 41mm size comes in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Silver, and the 45mm size comes in Mystic Silver and Mystic Black. 


The Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra

The Galaxy Note line of phablets gets even more phab with the addition of the Note20 and Note20 Ultra. (So Samsung promises!)


The two versions are both 5G capable, and sport an 8K camera. The Note20 Ultra has a Dynamic AMOLED 2X display and a 120Hz refresh rate. The battery is something special, too, allowing for a 50 percent charge in just 30 minutes. 


The Note20 comes in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Gray, and Mystic Green. The storage option for this one is just 128GB, with 8GB RAM.  


The Note20 Ultra comes in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, Mystic White. The storage options are 128GB and 512GB, with 12GBM RAM.


You can preorder both phones starting Thursday. The Note20 starts at $999.99, and the Note20 Ultra starts at $1,299.99. 


Galaxy Z Fold2

The last Fold had some serious durability issues. Samsung claims they solved them with the new Z Fold2, which also features a larger cover display that stretches 6.2 inches. 


The phone unfolds into a massive 7.6-inch edge-to-edge display. It also now has a free-standing hinge that lets users keep the device open at multiple angles. 


Now word on pricing, or camera or processor specs, yet. But it will be available for pre-order on Sept. 1.


Resource: mashable.com


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Everything announced at Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked 2020


Samsung's annual Galaxy Unpacked finally wrapped up Wednesday morning, and the streamed event included all the big reveals we already expected.  


So, in no particular order, here are all the major products announced on the livestream: The Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra, Tab S7 and S7+, Galaxy Watch3, and the Galaxy Buds Live.


We were also graced with some exciting specs and pricing details, which can be found below. 


Galaxy Buds Live

The Galaxy Buds Live (aka Beans) are Samsung's newest wireless earbuds and feature active noise cancelation. So, hopefully, your podcasts will come through all that much clearer as you exercise in the confines of your own home for the foreseeable future. 


They have three microphones and something called a Voice Pickup Unit. The speaker is 12mm, and has a "bass duct." 


You can buy them starting Thursday, for $169.99. Color options are Mystic Bronze, Mystic White, and Mystic Black.


Tab S7, and S7+

Samsung's new tablets, the Tab S7 and S7+, are (surprise) two different sizes and support the S Pen. The former has an 11-inch display, and the latter has a 12.4-inch display. 


Where 5G is available, they can support it. The battery is "super fast charging supported."


You can buy them in the U.S. sometime this fall, and cost $649.99 for the S7 and $849.99 for the S7+. Colors include Mystic Black, Mystic Silver, and Mystic Bronze. 


Galaxy Watch3

Samsung's latest smartwatch does more than tell the time. Specifically, the Galaxy Watch3 also offers ECG and blood-pressure monitoring (only in South Korea). 


You can buy the Bluetooth and LTE models starting Thursday, and can chose from two sizes: 41mm and 45mm. The Bluetooth watch has two models priced starting at $399.99 and $429.99, respectively. The two LTE sizes are priced starting at $449.99 and $479.99.  


The 41mm size comes in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Silver, and the 45mm size comes in Mystic Silver and Mystic Black. 


The Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra

The Galaxy Note line of phablets gets even more phab with the addition of the Note20 and Note20 Ultra. (So Samsung promises!)


The two versions are both 5G capable, and sport an 8K camera. The Note20 Ultra has a Dynamic AMOLED 2X display and a 120Hz refresh rate. The battery is something special, too, allowing for a 50 percent charge in just 30 minutes. 


The Note20 comes in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Gray, and Mystic Green. The storage option for this one is just 128GB, with 8GB RAM.  


The Note20 Ultra comes in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, Mystic White. The storage options are 128GB and 512GB, with 12GBM RAM.


You can preorder both phones starting Thursday. The Note20 starts at $999.99, and the Note20 Ultra starts at $1,299.99. 


Galaxy Z Fold2

The last Fold had some serious durability issues. Samsung claims they solved them with the new Z Fold2, which also features a larger cover display that stretches 6.2 inches. 


The phone unfolds into a massive 7.6-inch edge-to-edge display. It also now has a free-standing hinge that lets users keep the device open at multiple angles. 


Now word on pricing, or camera or processor specs, yet. But it will be available for pre-order on Sept. 1.


Resource: mashable.com


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