we are atSamsung has decided to launch its Unpacked event in the same busy week, launching its next flagship product Galaxy S21 series earlier than ever, including S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra. So far, Samsung has launched the Galaxy Buds Pro, but we have also obtained some information about the S21. Catch it up immediately on Samsung’s YouTube page or its homepage or here.
But it’s not just the phone. The company also introduced Galaxy Buds Pro with improved sound effects. They added a woofer for better bass. They have motion tracking sensors and Dolby audio for 360 surround sound, as well as active noise reduction. They look very different.
The microphone has also been improved to make it more directional, and adjusted to make it more closely fit to minimize wind noise.
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Samsung was invited at the beginning of January with the theme “Welcome to the Epic of Everyday”.its, And some possible accessories. .Hope you will not be eliminated -This is the last day of the exhibition, but Samsung has a lot of news to come. The South Korean electronics giant will air its virtual Unpacked event at 7 am (Pacific Time) on the last day of CES today.You can watch it on Samsung’s YouTube page or on , CNET will host a live performance 30 minutes before the event.
Samsung said: “In the past year, as people work remotely and spend more time at home, mobile technology has become the center of daily life.” “The accelerated transition to the mobile first world has brought about The need for equipment that transforms everyday life into extraordinary experiences.”
Unpacked’s January 14 date is earlier than Samsung’s normal date. In the past, the company usually launched its latest flagship phone in February, before or during the Mobile World Congress trade show, and then released the device in March or even April.
Samsung is likely to launch three different models of its flagship phone at Thursday’s event: 6.2-inch S21, 6.7-inch S21 Plus and 6.8-inch S21 Ultra.These devices look roughly the same, but have, Enhanced their photo and video functions.
The company may also discontinue its Galaxy Note series this year and replace it with S Pen support on its Galaxy S21 Ultra. Early renderings did not show the visible position of the stylus, which may mean that the stylus must be stored separately from the phone when not in use. On Samsung’s most popular but niche Note series, the stylus can be slid into the device for storage.
In addition to the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung may also release some other news.The company is expected to launch a newAnd the physical Tile-style smart tracker (may be called Galaxy Smart Tag), which can help people use Bluetooth to track their property. There have been rumors for a long time that Apple is developing its own AirTag, but has not released any products in this field.
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