At Samsung Unpacked, the company unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip, their new foldable smartphone. Featuring a 6.7-inch display that folds into a sleek compact form factor that fits in the palm of your hand, thanks to an innovative Hideaway Hinge and custom-built UX. Put simply, this handset provides elegant new ways to capture, share and experience content.
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Samsung accidentally leaked official images of their upcoming Galaxy S20 handset, thus confirming the name, which was previously rumored to be the S11, a hole-punch selfie camera, and a tall camera bump. As for accessories, a new case with LEDs, similar to the one Samsung released for last year’s Galaxy S10, in a grey color has been revealed. These were both posted to the official Samsung online store in a European country, but quickly pulled offline.
Sleek and stylish, the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro isn’t just your normal handset, as the device is rated IP68. This means that it’s water / dust resistant, capable of withstanding drops of up to 1.5m (even without a case), and is MIL-STD 810G certified for reliable protection against extreme altitude, humidity, as well as other severe environmental conditions.
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Samsung released a teaser clip of its upcoming February 11th “Unpacked” event where they’ll most likely officially reveal the much rumored Galaxy S11 models. There is speculation that it may be called the S20, or at least one variant, but that remains to be seen. As for the specs, it should boast an AMOLED display, Qualcomm’s next-gen processor (Snapdragon 865), and a minimum of 6GB of RAM.
If you loved the original Samsung Galaxy Note10, but was hesitant about spending the money on the handset, there’s this new model. Officially called the Galaxy Note10 Lite, it features a 6.7″ Super AMOLED Infinity-O (2400 × 1080) display, a hole-punch front-facing camera, an Exynos 8895 processor, up to 8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, and a a 4,500mAh battery.