Samsung’s Unpacked event at San Francisco has just ended. And if you missed the livestream, don’t worry, we’ve got you with this quick rundown of what was launched during the event. From a big surprise, to phones, and accessories.
Samsung didn’t waste any time by kicking off the show with the announcement of the first ever commercially available fully working foldable device, the Galaxy Fold. 8 years in the making, the Galaxy Fold is a combination of various innovations from the brand, from a new hinge mechanism, to a new polymer that’s both flexible and tough, to a customized UX.
Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e
Of course, the stars of the show, the new Samsung Galaxy S10+, S10, and S10e. The specsheet is quite long. But to give you a short summary – they’ve improved almost every aspect of these devices. From the new Infinity-O display that uses Adaptive AMOLED screen technology, to the more powerful 8nm processor, to the triple rear cameras on the S10 and S10+, and the world’s first Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner that’s available on a phone, the new Galaxy S10 devices are nothing short of the word impressive.
Three new wearables – A watch, a fitness band, and a pair of wireless earbuds. The Galaxy Watch Active, the Galaxy Fit, and the Galaxy Buds. All three are designed to keep you connected within your on-the-go lifestyle.
Galaxy S10 5G
The dawn of the 5G era is here. And Samsung is starting off 2019 with its first 5G device, the Galaxy S10 5G. And the surprises doesn’t end there. The phone doesn’t just give you access to blazing connection speeds and a whole new level of connectivity, it also features a larger 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, a 4,500mAh battery, and a quad-camera system that includes a 3D depth sensing snapper. The bad news is that, this device will probably not make it to our shores anytime soon.
Samsung is definitely off to a great start this year. With products that will surely set the bar for the competition. Watch out for more content on the Galaxy S10 devices!
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.