Here’s everything Samsung announced at Galaxy Unpacked

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Samsung just held and wrapped up its Summer Galaxy Unpacked event for 2024, and there were quite a few new devices announced, all of which were expected thanks to months of mounting leaks. In total, Samsung announced some new phones, some new watches, a couple of pairs of new earbuds, and perhaps the most intriguing new wearable, a smart ring.

In this post, we’ll be rounding up everything that Samsung announced at this event. So sit back, grab some snacks, and have a look at all the shiny new tech if you happened to miss the live stream event from this morning. This is certainly likely for those on the West Coast given that Samsung held the event at 6am PST.

Again, none of the announcements made today were a surprise for anyone who’s been following Samsung’s upcoming products for the last few months. Nevertheless, let’s get into it and go over all the new devices that Samsung announced at its Summer Galaxy Unpacked 2024 event.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6

Samsung’s latest iteration of foldable smartphones comes once again in two flavors. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 and the Galaxy Z Flip 6. One is designed for people who want a larger phone with more screen real estate, and the other is for those who desire something more compact that easily fits in their pocket, purse, or bag. We’re certain you can guess which one is which.

Both devices come with a slew of notable improvements and feature upgrades compared to last year. One of those is the inclusion of the new Galaxy AI software that Samsung introduced with the Galaxy S24 series earlier this year. These smart features give both new foldable phones plenty of additional functionality from searching for stuff online to jazzing up photos with special effects.

Another set of big improvements are the updated hinges and the stronger, flatter foldable screens. The display on the Galaxy Z Fold 6 in particular is now wider than it was last year. Boasting more screen real estate thanks to the additional width and slimmer bezels. Both phones also come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 mobile platform inside. Making them perfect for everyday performance, media, and even gaming.

Pre-orders for the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 are available from July 10, and you can pre-order the devices directly from Samsung. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 starts at $1,899, and the Galaxy Z Flip 6 starts at $1,099.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra

The newest smartwatches from Samsung come with both familiar favorites and new and improved tricks when it comes to features. And of course, the Galaxy Watch Ultra in general is more or less a new smartwatch category for Samsung. Technically. The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro was the closest Samsung has ever been to releasing a more adventure-friendly outdoor smartwatch. The Galaxy Watch Ultra takes things to a whole other level to compete with Apple’s Watch Ultra.

Making it more of a suitable device for outdoor activities. Both watches come with Samsung’s new Exynos W1000 chipset and they both run on Wear OS 5. Making these the first smartwatches on the market to run on this new version of Wear OS. Samsung also doubled the storage on the Galaxy Watch 7 and Watch Ultra from last year’s Galaxy Watch 6 series. Each new watch now has 32GB of storage compared to 16GB. Each watch also has a longer-lasting battery life, along with the inclusion of Galaxy AI.

You can pre-order the Galaxy Watch 7 and the Galaxy Watch Ultra from July 10 with both devices launching on July 24. The Galaxy Watch 7 will start at $299 while the Galaxy Watch Ultra will retail for $649.

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Samsung Galaxy Ring

Samsung’s Galaxy Ring might just be the most exciting new device announced. If for no other reason than it being a brand new device type for Samsung. Smart rings themselves are not new but this is the first time Samsung has dipped a toe in these waters. And the ring will likely be the perfect complement to the new smartwatches. Of course, if you just want simple health and sleep tracking, the Galaxy Ring is suitable as your only wearable. But it will no doubt be better as a companion to the watch. With the ring being used for sleep tracking and the watch for everything else.

It comes in three colors and nine different sizes ranging from 5 all the way up to 13. So there should be a size that fits just about everyone. As for the colors, it’s available in Titanium Black, Titanium Silver, and Titanium Gold.

What’s really cool is that the Galaxy Ring has a battery life that can last for up to 7 days. So you can easily wear it all week without worrying about charging it. This includes wearing it to sleep since sleep tracking is its main function. You can pre-order the Galaxy Ring from July 10 with pricing starting at $399.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro

It’s been a while since Samsung released a new pair of true wireless earbuds. The time has finally come, however. The Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro usher in a new era for Samsung with true wireless earbuds design. While Samsung has never been one to shy away from changing up the look of its true wireless earbuds, these are quite different from any other pair the company has ever launched. At least in terms of design.

They feature a new stemmed look that’s reminiscent of the AirPods and AirPods Pro. Like all the other new devices today, they feature Galaxy AI software to make them even smarter and more useful to you in your day-to-day life. One of the big features this year is the Interpreter integration. This works similarly to how Google’s Pixel Buds Pro earbuds connect with Google Translate on your Pixel phone.

With the Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, you can bring up the Interpreter app on your Galaxy smartphone and speak into it to have it translate what you’re trying to say. Then the person you’re speaking to can speak into the phone in their own language, and that gets translated and played back to you in the earbuds. It’s a pretty neat feature and should be useful for travelers. Or just anyone who lives in an area where there are lots of different languages being spoken on a daily basis.

Naturally, these new earbuds also have an array of voice commands for different functions. Plus, they have better noise cancellation and improved battery life. The Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro are available for pre-order from July 10 and they officially launch on July 24. The Galaxy Buds 3 will retail for $179, and the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro will retail for $249.

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