Samsung conducted its Unpacked Event on 5 August 2020 at 7:30 pm IST. The company finally exhibited the much-anticipated Galaxy Note 20 series. It has also introduced the Galaxy Buds Live and the Galaxy Tab S7 series, alongside the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. The company also introduced the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5 G, the next-generation foldable smartphone.
The Unpacked event took place online due to the COVID19 pandemic. It streamed on the company’s Youtube channel and social media accounts.
Galaxy Z Fold 2
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 has a body that’s even thinner than before. It is a device that’s been refined and perfected from its earlier generation. The front screen is now broader. From our analysis of the Galaxy Fold, a lot of users use the handset closed too. Having learned from the first Fold, in what is his third foldable phone in a year, Samsung seems to have built several features and elements.
One thing that caught everyone’s interest was the unique range of colors: Mystic Bronze, Mystic Green, Mystic Gray. They were flowing across all products!
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has the biggest screen in a Galaxy Note yet at 6.9 inches. It also has a 120Hz refresh rate that will endear it to gamers and make the S-Pen doodle look a lot better. The Galaxy Note 20 series phones both have a 108MP wide-angle primary camera flanked by an ultra-wide 12MP telephoto lens and 12MP photos. Samsung wants to stay away from the quad-camera craze, where t says three is more than enough. Also, on the front, there is just one 10MP front camera. Yet Samsung guarantees “cinema-quality video recording”.
The S-pen makes people choose a Galaxy Note over Galaxy S series. With the new release, Samsung has revealed the synchronization of Samsung Notes to OneNote one the PC. They are thereby making the handset an input device.
Tab S7 and S7 Plus
As both content consumption devices and productivity machines, Tab S7 and S7 Plus, are meant to pull a double job. As a result, both of them have available interchangeable keyboard cases. That allows you to use them as a typical laptop. All versions also come in the package with Samsung’s S Pen stylus, which connects and charges magnetically on the back of the table.
The measurements of the Tab S7 and S7 Plus are the most notable difference: the S7 has an 11-inch panel, while the S7 Plus has a 12.4-inch layout. Look closer, and you can note other variations, such as the fact that the Plus model has an OLED screen, while the S7 has a more conventional LCD. Both display smooth graphics at 120Hz, and both are wider than the 10.5-inch screen on the S6 Tab. Yet they have a 16:10 aspect ratio, making them more suited to watching a video than productivity, and both versions have slightly reduced surface areas to work with relative to their counterparts for iPad Pro.