Samsung Galaxy S20 event: How to watch and everything announced

Samsung’s Unpacked launch event is now over. We saw a ton of new announcements, from the Samsung Galaxy S20 series to the Galaxy Z Flip foldable. The main event took place in San Francisco and was simulcast online. Here’s how to re-watch the event if you missed it.

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When was Samsung Galaxy Unpacked?

Samsung’s Unpacked event took place on Tuesday, 11 February 2020.

How to rewatch the Unpacked event?

The Samsung Unpacked event is available to rewatch above or on YouTube. You can also watch via Twitter, Facebook, and

What are the hashtags to follow?

Samsung tends to use both #SamsungEvent and #TheNextGalaxy for these launch events and Unpacked 2020 was no exception. For specific results on the devices announced, check out these hashtags: #GalaxyZFlip and #GalaxyS20.

What was announced at Samsung’s Unpacked event this time?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Series

The main event – the latest flagship phone line up from Samsung – is the Galaxy S20 Series. There are three models: the regular S20, the S20+, and the supercharged Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. You can even reserve one already, and it’ll be in your hands on 6 March.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

There’s a new foldable to slot in underneath the Galaxy Fold. Called the Galaxy Z Flip, it’s a clamshell that will lock in place at 90 and 180 degrees. It goes sale on 14 February and costs $1,380. That’s quite a chunk of cash, especially for a phone that doesn’t support 5G.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds+

Samsung followed up on last year’s Galaxy Buds with a newer model that offers 11 hours of battery life. The portable charging case for the new Galaxy Buds adds an additional 11 hours of battery life, too. The Buds+ come in four colours: Black, white, red, and blue.

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