Now that Samsung Unpacked 2020 is over and all the presents have been opened, we can take stock of what was officially unveiled.
This event was mostly about revealing the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 phones to the world and ushering yet another year of mobile technology achievements. But there was a lot more to discover than just new phones.
The Galaxy Watch 3 and Tab S7 have also been announced alongside the new Samsung phones and we are unboxing them all here in this video.
The new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra isn’t any bigger than Samsung’s top phone from six months ago, but it may be wholly better, with a huge 6.9-inch screen, feature-packed stylus and top-of-the-line specs. Of course, you’ll need a big hand and deep pockets to embrace Samsung’s new best.
Oddly, the Note 20 Ultra feels like more of a sibling of the Galaxy S20 Ultra than of the Galaxy Note 20, which was released alongside it at Samsung’s virtual Unpacked event. The standard Note 20 is a decidedly lower-specced version of the Note 20 Ultra, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra is similar in terms of both specs and size.
We’ve had some brief hands-on time with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and here are our early thoughts.
Read more – https://www.techradar.com/uk/reviews/samsung-galaxy-note-20-ultra
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is the best smartwatch in the world right now, and as such it has taken the top spot in our guide to the very best smart wristwear, knocking the 2018 Galaxy Watch off the throne.
Why has it taken the top spot? It’s all down to a combination of its near-unique rotating bezel, the premium-feel design, and a strong array of fitness features, alongside a variety of other top specs.
Read more – https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/the-samsung-galaxy-watch-3-is-the-best-smartwatch-you-can-buy-right-now
If you’re looking for the best tablet in 2020, you’re likely looking towards an iPad – but Samsung would like to draw your attention to its brand-new Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7.
Announced alongside the larger Galaxy Tab S7 Plus at Samsung’s virtual Unpacked event, the Tab S7 is designed to offer a premium experience to compete with Apple’s ever successful iPad range.
We’ve had the opportunity to briefly try out the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, alongside the new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra phones, and below you’ll find our first impressions of the new tablet.
Read more – https://www.techradar.com/uk/reviews/samsung-galaxy-tab-s7
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