At the first Unpackaged Event for 2020, Samsung introduced the new generation of flagship Galaxy phones, the S20, S20 Plus, and the relatively mammoth S20 Ultra, as well as the new Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone. The incident takes place in the shadow of coronavirus concerns around the world.
Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra
Despite being less dynamic than Z Flip, Samsung’s ultra-popular Galaxy phones get their annual updates. This time, though, there is a new big phone on the block: the Galaxy S20 Ultra enters the Note 10 Plus lawn in almost 7 inches. It supports two 5G standards, among other things, and some new smart photos, 120Hz OLED display (in conjunction with an ongoing partnership with Xbox Game Studios for mobile games) and among other things. The 5G models start at $ 999 / $ 799 and will be available on March 6 (and S10s are falling in prices!)
Samsung also offered an updated version of the Galaxy Buds; “Plus” in Galaxy Buds Plus means improved battery life and extra microphone. Still, no noise cancellation.
Galaxy Z Flip
Samsung’s rumored for the (rival) new Motorola Razr is now official and makes the last century’s dual-screen flip phone. As Samsung first announced in the 2020 Oscars, this is no surprise to us. Prices start at $ 1,380 / £ 1,300.