Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event - the first in 2019 - is done and dusted.

We saw the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 range of smartphones and a few other cool surprises. Rumours had suggested we'd also see the company's first foldable phone - the Samsung Galaxy Fold - plus a new smartwatch, fitness tracker, wireless earphones, and a 5G phone.

But did we? Here's everything you need to know about Samsung's press conference, including what happened and how to watch it again.

When did it start?

Samsung hosted its Galaxy Unpacked event on Wednesday 20 February.

Where can I watch it?

The event took place in San Francisco and was broadcasted to alternative, simultaneous events in other regions. We have the video right here, which you watch at the top of this page. Alternatively, it is also available to watch online at

What happened?

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Samsung Galaxy Fold

Samsung originally teased its foldable phone last November. Now, it's giving us a better glimpse at the incoming device with more details about what we can expect. First, Samsung’s foldable has an official name: the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Second, it will be available in the US from 26 April for $1,980 and in Europe from 3 May for €2,000. You'll be able to get it in four different colours (black, silver, blue and green).

You can learn more about the Galaxy Fold from here:

Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, and S10 5G

Samsung has officially revealed its Galaxy S10 range, following months of rumours. There are three devices available for pre-order from 20 February, comprising the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. There will be a fourth device - the Galaxy S10 5G - this summer.

The phones range from 5.8-inches to 6.4-inches in terms of screen size and they all feature a punch hole front camera. They will go on sale on 8 March, with prices ranging from £669 to £1399. Four colours are available across the three handsets including Prism Green, Prism Blue, Prism White and Prism Black, though the 512GB and 1TB S10+ models also come in ceramic options and the S10e comes in Canary Yellow.

You can learn more about the new range from here:

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Samsung Galaxy Active

Samsung has followed up its Galaxy Watch with a new smartwatch aimed at the same users who originally loved its Gear Sport. It has a 1.1-inch Super AMOLED display with 360 x 360 resolution but, unlike the main Watch, does not feature Samsung's proprietary bezel ring. Inside, the Tizen-based watch is run on Samsung's own dual-core Exynos 9110 chipset, has 768MB of RAM, and comes with 4GB of storage space.

It and will come in rose gold, black, silver, and green (although the latter is not coming to the UK) and is available on pre-order now for £229.

You can learn more about the new watch from here:

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Samsung Galaxy Fit and Fit e

Samsung has announced a wide range of new products for 2019, including new fitness trackers: the £89 Galaxy Fit and £35 Fit e.

The Galaxy Fit includes an optical heart rate monitor, accelerometer and gyroscope and weighs just 24g. It comes with a colour AMOLED display which supports touch, with a 240 x 120 pixel resolution. The battery is said to last for a week. The Galaxy Fit e takes a step down with a smaller and lower resolution display, and also doesn't have a gyroscope - but is a lot more affordable. They both come with 5ATM waterproofing.

You can learn more about the fitness trackers from here:

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Samsung Galaxy Buds

Samsung has announced a new pair of wireless earphones, the Samsung Galaxy Buds. They're essentially replacing the company's Gear Icon X equivalents released last year. They come in a wireless charging case that can be charged through a Qi charging mat or even when placed on the back of a Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone. It also has a USB-C port if a wired connection is needed for faster charging.

The Galaxy Buds are available to pre-order now black, white, or yellow. They support Android only and are priced at £139 in the UK.

You can learn more about the earbuds from here: