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This is all Samsung product launched at Unpacked 2024

In case you missed it, Samsung had one of its largest launch events yet, but we’ve got you covered, so here’s everything that was announced at Samsung Unpacked 2024.

The latest Unpacked launch event took place on July 10 in Paris, and the Korean tech giant put on a spectacular show with a plethora of new products to add to your want list.

Not only did Samsung introduce a new series of foldable smartphones, but it also released new smartwatches, its first smart ring, and new wireless earbuds.

With seven new Galaxy items going on sale on July 24, let’s catch you up on what’s new.

Galaxy Z Fold 6

Samsung’s new book-style foldable is an iterative update to last year’s Z Fold 6, but there are some significant improvements.

On the hardware side, arguably the most significant is the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy chipset, which could boost both performance and battery life despite no changes to the 4400mAh cell.

However, you do get a somewhat larger 6.3-inch cover display to complement the 7.6-inch internal screen.

Samsung Unpacked 2024

The software changes are perhaps more exciting, with a suite of Galaxy AI features (some of which are not yet available on the Galaxy S24 series) and a class-leading seven years of OS and security updates.

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 starts at £1,799/$1,899, making it still one of the most costly foldables available.

Galaxy Z Flip 6

With the Z Flip 6, Samsung has solved some of the biggest issues with its previous flip phone, the Galaxy Z Flip 5.

The main rear camera has been improved to the same 50Mp sensor as the Galaxy S24+, and the battery capacity has increased from 3700mAh to 4000mAh.

The latter should be aided by a switch to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy processor, which virtually ensures the highest performance available.

Small improvements to the 6.7-inch internal screen and 3.4-inch cover display are appreciated, but the most are dependent on the updated software experience. Like the Z Fold 5, this model includes numerous new Galaxy AI functions as well as seven years of OS and security upgrades.

Given that its starting price of £1,049 has remained same ($1,099 in the US), the Z Flip 6 appears to be a genuine competitor for the Motorola Razr 50 Ultra.

Galaxy Watch 7

It was nearly guaranteed that Samsung would release a new flagship wristwatch, and here it is: the Galaxy Watch 7. There are no Classic or Pro variants.

Arriving as the first wearable with WearOS 5 and Samsung’s new Exynos W1000 chipset, manufactured on a 3nm technology. The company claims it can launch essential apps up to 2.7 times faster than the Galaxy Watch 6.

Other enhancements include dual-GPS and an upgraded BioActive Sensor for increased accuracy. When paired with a Galaxy smartphone, you can utilize pinch motions to stop a timer, take a photo, and control music playback.

Samsung Unpacked 2024

According to Samsung, it is the first smartwatch (together with the Ultra) to include sensors for electrical cardiac signal, blood pressure, BIA (bioelectrical impedance analysis), and SpO2 (blood oxygen).

It is again available in 40mm and 44mm sizes, with the option of Bluetooth or LTE connectivity. Prices start at £289 ($299).

Galaxy Watch Ultra

According to rumors ahead of Unpacked, Samsung has challenged Apple with its own ‘super’ wristwatch.

The Galaxy Watch Ultra shares many similarities with the Galaxy Watch 7, including the processor, storage, sensors, and Sapphire Crystal glass cover.

However, the device is housed in a larger 47mm shell that can endure harsh circumstances. The ‘new cushion design’ (the square-ish chassis around the screen) protects the display and internals.

Samsung claims that the Galaxy Watch Ultra can endure temperatures ranging from -20°C to 55°C as well as altitudes of up to 9000 meters.

The Titanium quality 4 build is military quality, with 10ATM (100m) and IP48 ratings, and the 1.5-inch display can reach a peak brightness of 3000nits.

And, unlike Apple, the luxury wristwatch is less expensive at £599/$649.

Galaxy Ring

After a shocking tease at Unpacked in January and a closer but still behind-glass peek at MWC, Samsung’s first smart ring is now totally official.

The device competes with models such as the Oura Ring Gen 3, RingConn Smart Ring, Circular Ring Slim, and others.

It features a variety of sensors that measure your heart rate, activity, sleep, and other factors.

Samsung Unpacked 2024

The battery lasts a week (or longer when used in conjunction with a Galaxy Watch), and there’s a handy portable charging case. The Galaxy Ring is available in three colours and nine sizes for £399/$399, with no further subscription fees.

Galaxy Buds 3/3 Pro

Finally, there are two new sets of truly wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro.

These basically change the design from previous generations, with a stem shape and LEDs on each. The so-called ‘Blade Lights’ can light up to assist you discover them in the back of the sofa and signal pairing mode.

Modern smart features (including AI) include interpreter mode, which allows the buds to listen for and translate languages other than your own. The buds may also vary the amount of noise cancellation based on your surroundings or whether you’re speaking.

The Buds 3 have an open style, whereas the Buds 3 Pro have a ‘canal’ design with ear tips. Samsung has priced them at £159 and £219, respectively.

Achraf Grini
Achraf Grini
Hello This is AG. I am a Tech lover and I have long been a promoter and editor for a shopping company, I have followed smartphones and headphones and others. I covers iOS, Android, Windows and macOS, writing tutorials, buying guides and reviews.

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