Samsung announced a bunch of stuff in its Samsung Unpacked 2021 event. These have been leaked for a while, but there are still some things to learn. Samsung talked about several other things. They are working with more companies to make Samsung features work everywhere.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 comes in four different colors, each with a white case with insides that match the earbud’s color. It has a two-way speaker along with a woofer and a tweeter. You will also get active noise canceling, 5 hours of battery while ANC turned on, and 7.5 hours of battery while ANC is turned off. The charging case will also offer you an additional 20 hours of battery life.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 comes with an ambient mode that lets you listen to your surroundings. The buds also have a better call quality because of the voice capture module. It also has three additional microphones to cancel out noises and isolate your voice for clear calls. It will cost you about $149 and is also available for pre-order now.
Samsung announced two new galaxy watches named Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. The first is slightly sportier, and the other is a more high-end-looking galaxy watch. The regular Galaxy watch 4 is the successor to the Galaxy Watch active 2, while the Galaxy Watch 4 is the successor to the Galaxy watch 3.
Both have only a few minor differences. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic has a physical rotating bezel, while Galaxy Watch 4 has a touch-enabled bezel. Both watches have larger and smaller variants. These new smartwatches are good for a few reasons. Samsung put the 5-nanometer chipset, 1.5 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage into these. The processor also offers a 25% increase in performance while providing better battery life.
Some of the unique features of One UI watch include tons of health features with 40 watch faces. The watches are also capable of checking your blood oxygen levels. It also can measure your body composition through a process called BIA.
The smartwatch has three sensors, and this trio of sensors also measures a couple of things to help determine your body composition. Galaxy Watch 4 will only cost you about $249, and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will cost you about $349. If you want LTE connectivity, then another $50 will grant you in both smartwatches. Pre-ordering for these watches has started, and you can also order them right now.
The new Galaxy Z Fold 3 has a 7.6-inch inner display with a 6.2-inch outer display, and both displays are AMOLED and have a 120 Hz refresh rate. Gorilla Glass Victus covers the outside screen. The smartphone also has a true under the display punch hole camera, and it hides when it is not in use.
Specifications are top of the line with a Snapdragon 888 chipset, 12 GB of RAM, and 256 or 512 GB of storage. It has a 4400 mAh battery. However, you will not get any charger inside the box.
The smartphone is IPX8 water-resistant, and it is the first for any foldable phone. You will still get a Galaxy S pen, and it is redesigned for a more sensitive folding display. It has a softer rubberized tip along with a spring mechanic to help protect the inside display. Other features are similar to last year’s S-pen.
The inside display has a 120 Hz AMOLED display with tough material. As a result, it is 80% more durable than the previous version. The outside display is upgraded to a 1.9-inch AMOLED panel that lets you read notifications and other pieces of stuff. The smartphone also has an IPX8 water resistance rating.
Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G has a Snapdragon 888 chipset along with 8 GB of RAM and a 3300 mAh battery. However, you will not get any charger inside the box. The Flip 3 5G also has six color options depending on your country or region. It will cost you about $999.99.
The smartphone is covered by Samsung Care Plus with free screen replacement for up to one year. You can also pre-order them right now.
Samsung is also promoting an open ecosystem instead of a closed one to take a shot at Apple. These all products are ready to pre-order right now and will officially launch on 27 August.