Samsung's Unpacked event for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is over.
If you didn't have a personal invite to show at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, or if you were busy and couldn't catch the live stream as it happened, you can still watch the full reveal online. Here's how, plus everything Samsung announced.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 event: When was it?
Samsung's Unpacked event for the Galaxy Note 10 happened on Wednesday 7 August 2019 at 4pm ET/1pm PT.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 event: How to watch
You can still watch or re-watch the show via the video above. Cheers!
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 event: What happened?
Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Samsung announced the new Galaxy Note 10. It now comes in a small size, too. That's right, rather than the Note being limited to the biggest of screens, there's now a more conventional size for those wanting the S Pen experience without the huge phone. The Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch display, while the Galaxy Note 10+has a 6.8-inch display. Go here to learn more.
Oh, and Samsung announced a 5G version of the Note 10 Plus!
Samsung Galaxy Book S
Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Book S, a Windows 10 laptop that's powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cz processor. Samsung was extremely light on details, but we know the notebook features a 13-inch touchscreen, offers LTE connectivity, and is supposed to provide a 23-hour battery life. Samsung also said it would be available starting at $999 this September.
Shortly after debuting the Galaxy Book S, Samsung brought out Microsoft CEO Sataya Nadella to discuss a partnership that will see exclusive Microsoft integrations come to the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Book S. You can expect an enhanced Outlook experience, for instance. Ironically, this partnership may position the Galaxy Book S as a direct competitor to Microsoft Surface devices.
Galaxy Watch Active Under Armour Edition
Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Watch Active 2, and now it's revealing a special edition of the watch. This model is made in partnership with Under Armour. The watch lacks LTE but supports a Bluetooth connection. It's also $30 more than the standard $279 model. But it features pre-installed software that gives users direct access to Under Armour’s fitness platform.