Here are more details on everything that was launched as well as links to our features and buying guides for the new models.
Galaxy Note 20
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are here. Note 20 is available in a 5G option, while the Ultra is only available in 5G. The main difference between the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are the screen size - 6.7-inches (60Hz) versus 6.9-inches (120Hz dynamic).
The rear cameras are also different; the Ultra gets a higher resolution 108megapixel sensor while there's a longer optical zoom. You can compare the two devices here or with last year's model or the Galaxy S20 if you wish.
Galaxy Z Fold 2
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is the name of the successor to the original vertical-folding Galaxy Fold. It comes with a 7.7.-inch internal display and a 6.3-inch external display. There's a punch-hole front camera, too.
We don't yet know the full specifications for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 at the moment but we're expecting specs that match or better that of the Galaxy Note 20 - such as a latest-gen Samsung Exynos or Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus processor with 12GB of RAM and 5G.
Galaxy S7 and S7+
Samsung's Tab S7 and S7+ are powerful iPad Pro competitors which come with a matching S Pen stylus. The two new tablets come in 11- and 12.4-inch screen sizes - the smaller of the two has an 2,560 x 1,600 LCD display with 2,800 x 1,752 AMOLED on the larger tablet. Both have 120Hz refresh rates.
There are also quadruple speaker setups, Dolby Atmos audio, and an option of 5G connectivity.
The new tablets are available in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black and Mystic Silver.
Galaxy Watch 3
Bringing back the rotating bezel seen in the early Samsung Gear smartwatches, Watch 3 really takes the fight to the Apple Watch. There's a VO2 sensor on board along with fall detection. The display size has also increased and it's thinner and lighter too.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20, What3Words CEO, and Withings Sleep Analyzer reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 65
Galaxy Buds Live
Samsung's new true wireless buds come in three colours, Mystic White, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic Black. The Buds Live have new, bigger 12mm drivers behind their sound designed to give much punchier bass than before. They also feature active noise cancellation (ANC). You also get six hours of listening on one charge, and 21 hours in total if you count the power in the case.