Samsung’s mobile ecosystem took a large step forward yesterday. The company unveiled the Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra, which merge productivity, entertainment and photography while also upgrading the trademark feature of the series, the S Pen.
The playlist below starts with a gentle introduction of the Note20 Ultra and moves on to show how the phone balances its new objectives. Microsoft was deeply involved with both work and play.
Yesterday was a big day for foldables too, with the Galaxy Z Fold2 bringing larger displays with significant improvements (like an adaptive refresh rate up to 120 Hz). Besides the Mystic Bronze and Black colors, the there will be a limited edition of the Z Fold2 designed by Thom Browne (this will be bundled with the Watch3 and Buds Live).
Samsung struck gold with the BTS edition of the Galaxy S20+ and the collaboration continues. Watch the band members unbox the new Galaxy Z Fold2 and their first impressions (they’re handling the Mystic Bronze one).
You can check out our coverage wrap-up for helpful links to all the new devices announced yesterday along with comparisons against their competition.
>Lol poco f2 pro is much better it has better build, better performance and the same 1200nits >60hz fhd Yes so much better if you fancy using every apps and system apps + differents compagnies taking right of all your data and uploading yo...
Exynos is optimized for Samsung smartphones. Even if Qualcomm Snapdragon is superior for now they have their flaws and all. Check out the link below. https://www.forbes.com/sites/daveywinder/2020/08/06/hundreds-of-millions-of-android-phones-can-...
Say no to Exynos..