Samsung’s anticipated Unpacked 2020 event is all packed up. In case you missed out on the presentation, you can watch it here.
Samsung’s successful Unpacked 2020 event is all packed up, and there are lots of good feedback. The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are now two real things and were announced as the company’s newest flagship.
The giant company will also unveil the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet, Galaxy Watch 3, and Galaxy Buds Live. It also announced the most-awaited and new Galaxy Z Fold 2.
In case you missed out on the presentation or simply want to see the main highlights of the show without having to watch through the live stream yourself, we’ve distilled them all into bite-size bits below.
Everything You Missed from the Event
The Unpacked event, even though it was virtually packed with tons of new devices and feature announcements. Here’s everything Samsung showed off to those who needed a recap.
To summarize the whole experience, the Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra build on the camera advancements of the S20 phones with new S Pen features. As per GSMArena, the battery life should be better compared to the Note10 generation too.
The Galaxy Z Fold2 represents a significant upgrade in terms of screen and cameras over the first-generation model. It’s still pricey, but it’s as cutting edge as it gets.
Aside from that, there are also two Galaxy Tab S7 slates. Both have 120 Hz screens and come with an S Pen. Samsung allows you to buy a separate keyboard cover for the tablet. It has a touchpad too, making it perfect for use with DeX.
Lastly, the Galaxy Watch3 brings back the hardware rotating bezel. At the same time, Galaxy Buds Live is said to be Samsung’s first bud with active noise cancellation.
How to Rewatch the Event
The entire event has been streamed online, starting at 2 PM UTC. And before it aired, Samsung gave us two different teasers, tipping us glimpses of the devices and accessories they will officially release. The Galaxy Note20 duo, the new Galaxy Z Fold2, the Galaxy Watch 3, the bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live and the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet duo have all leaked.
You can watch the live stream from the event page from Samsung’s own site. Or you can just go to YouTube, and you will find it there.
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