Did you watch the Galaxy Unpacked live stream? Samsung unveiled its next-generation foldables, a new smartwatch series and new TWS buds. You can dive into our hands-on review of the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 for a detailed first look. However, if you want just the gist you can check out the official infographics below, which highlight the most important features and upgrades of the new devices.
Let’s start with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. It is slightly smaller than its predecessor thanks to thinner bezels and it changes the aspect ratio of both displays to be more ergonomic. There is a large section reserved for the camera and with good reason – the new 50MP main module and new 10MP 3x tele module are some of the biggest upgrades for this generation. Also not the improved 25W charging (0-50% in 30 minutes).
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 infographic
The Galaxy Z Flip4is marginally smaller than its predecessor too, despite keeping its displays the same size. That means a 6.7” 1-120Hz Dynamic AMOLED display inside (FHD+, 22:9) and a 1.9” cover display (which has expanded functionality this generation). You can expect longer battery life thanks to the more efficient Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and the larger 3,700mAh battery with faster 25W charging (up from 3,300mAh and 15W).
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 infographic
The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro are the first from the company to feature Sapphire Crystal, which is 60% more resistant against scratches compared to the glass used in previous models. The Pro also has a titanium body and the biggest battery of any Samsung watch yet, 590mAh, with fast charging (8 minutes charging = 8 hours of usage). Check out the infographic for details the health and exercise tracking features: ECG, body composition, sweat loss and sleep coaching.
Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro infographics
The Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro are 15% smaller than their predecessors to make them more comfortable to wear. They deliver superior 24-bit audio over Bluetooth 5.3 using the proprietary Samsung Seamless Codec (AAC is also supported). Sound is delivered by dual drivers (tweeter + woofer) and there is a 360 Audio option. The Active Noise Cancellation has been improved and now drops noise a further 3dB compared to the original Buds Pro.
Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro infographic
Again, don’t miss our hands-on review with the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 and stay tuned for even more coverage of Samsung’s latest foldables.