The first major post-Covid conference from Samsung will be held this Wednesday, August 5. On the program of this Galaxy Unpacked, five flagship products that the 01net.com editorial staff is ready to show you live.
The S Pen stylus is of course there. The two smartphones differ in size and screen type: 6.7 inches for the Note 20; 6.9 inches and curved for the Note 20 Ultra. The cameras are similar to those of the S20. But the Note 20 Ultra is happy with a 50x zoom rather than 100x. They will be released on August 21. It will cost 959 euros (4G) or 1059 euros (5G) for the Galaxy Note 20 with 256 GB of storage and 1309 euros (5G, 256 GB) or 1409 euros (5G, 512 GB) for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
- Make way for Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 + tablets with a 120 Hz screen. Their stylus has a latency of only 9ms and a new Book Cover Keyboard is available as an option. Both tablets are equipped with a Snapdragon 865+ processor. The S7 has an 11 “format and the S7 + is 12.4”. Connectivity level, they are compatible with Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5 with optional 4G for the S7 and 5G for the S7 +. The Galaxy Tab S7 will be accessible from 719 euros and the S7 + from 949 euros.
- Samsung announces a partnership with Microsoft to make Android applications accessible from Windows 10. But that’s not all. Access to Xbox Game Pass and xCloud will be available for three months, with a controller, for any pre-order of the Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra. This allows access to a hundred games. S7 and S7 + tablets will be compatible with xCloud.
- Long awaited, Galaxy Buds Live : true wireless earphones, true competitors of Apple AirPods. Equipped with a noise reduction system and the Bixby assistant, they are distinguished by their original bean-shaped shape. They will be sold at a price of 199 euros.
- The new watch Samsung galaxy watch 3 assumes its curves and brings the rotating bezel up to date. The functionalities remain classic: heart rate, quality of sleep, stride analysis or fall detection. The real novelty is the measurement of oxygen in the blood. The ECG sensor is still awaiting validation as a medical device in France. Two formats will be marketed: a 45mm case and another 41mm. Prices start at 429 euros for the 41 mm and 459 euros for the 45 mm. 4G is optional.