Samsung's official Galaxy Unpacked device deeper dive videos are now live
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Samsung’s much anticipated August 5 Galaxy Unpacked event has now come and gone. It was the first time a major launch event has been held entirely online by the Korean tech giant as a result of the post-COVID world we now live in. The approach Samsung adopted was OK at best, although it did cop some criticism for being somewhat cringeworthy at times. The event also managed to confirm nearly every pre-launch leak was accurate, including fears that Samsung has dumbed down the standard Galaxy Note 20 model.
Following the event, Samsung has now launched several videos that take a deeper dive into the Galaxy Note 20, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the Galaxy Buds Live and the Galaxy Watch 3. Interestingly, the Galaxy Note 20 clip focuses on the device’s software features and integration with Windows PCs in an almost tacit acknowledgement that the hardware itself is somewhat underwhelming compared to what we have been used to with previous Galaxy Note devices.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra clip, in sharp contrast, focuses much more on the hardware on offer. Of the two Galaxy Note models, it is the one with all the features that we have come to expect of a flagship smartphone. The clip is also much longer suggesting that this is the device that Samsung has targeted its traditional power user base. The Galaxy Buds Live clip focuses on its active noise cancelling feature while the Galaxy Watch 3 clip emphasizes its health tracking features which now include ECG, blood pressure and blood oxygen level monitoring.