The Galaxy Z Fold 3 & Z Flip 3
The Z Fold 3 unfolds horizontally, essentially converting your phone into a nearly 8-inch tablet. The Z Flip 3 folds vertically and you will get the same screen estate like any other smartphone with a display of around 6.5-inch.
Both Folds have a fully usable front, or “cover” screen that you can use without unfolding the handset, and the Fold 3 amps up the 6.2-inch HD+ display with Dynamic AMOLED technology—now a slightly higher pixel count and a fast 120Hz refresh rate that matches the refresh rate of the main screen.
Perhaps the coolest innovation in the Fold 3, though, is the new Under camera—the 7.6-inch main display is uninterrupted by any sort of camera notch because the camera sits under the display. Running a close second on the innovation front: The Fold 3 works with the S Pen, meaning the Fold 3 doesn’t just look like a small tablet; it works like one as well.
Samsung’s got a 4-megapixel sensor beneath the screen’s pixels. That sounds measly for photos, but the purpose of this camera is really for video chats. The company says it’s perfectly adequate for Zoom calls and other videoconferencing, and 4MP is good enough to produce HD video.
The Galaxy Bud 2
The Galaxy Bud 2 features active noise cancellation and comes with three microphones along with a voice recording unit to boost call quality. There’s new equalizer settings and Samsung is using machine learning to filter noise. The device is claimed to offer up to 5 hours battery life and the case can offer up to another 15 hours battery life.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4
The latest Galaxy smartwatches come with BioActive Senor, which according to the company is a 3-in-1 sensor that uses a single chip to precisely run three health sensors – Optical Heart Rate, Electrical Heart Rate and Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis. This makes the Galaxy 4 series monitor blood pressure, detect irregular heartbeat and measure blood oxygen level.