During their first virtual Unpacked event, Samsung has taken the wraps off the new Galaxy Note20 series, Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Tab S7/S7+ and Galaxy Watch3.
For the better part of the last decade, Samsung has been dominating the smartphone market with it’s Galaxy S lineup of phones. For 2020 (and to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Galaxy phones), Samsung decided to make some small changes including the name structure with the Galaxy S20 series.
It’s been a couple of months since Samsung introduced its Galaxy Z Flip. Now they’re introducing a 5G version of their foldable.
Despite a challenging last few months, Samsung’s President and Head of Mobile, TM Roh explains in a blog post how the company is navigating a new era called the “Next Normal” and a look at the upcoming Unpacked event.
After a five year hiatus, Samsung is bringing their laptops back to Canada with the Galaxy Book S, Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion.
For the past few years, Samsung has released what they call a Lifestyle TV with their Frame and Serif TVs. For 2020, they are going beyond the living room with their new Terrace TV.
Samsung has announced that its cheaper alternative to the Tab S6, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is now up for pre-order in Canada.
After being announced in February, Samsung’s latest flagship devices, the Galaxy S20 series has now officially launched in Canada.
Samsung’s latest foldable device, the Galaxy Z Flip has now officially launched in Canada.
Since it’s initial launch back in November, Google’s Stadia service has been only available to Pixel phones. Now the company is adding support for 18 new phones including the latest Galaxy S20 series.