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Shawn and Sean P talk about what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event slated for Feb 11, 2020. All the phones, earbuds, and foldable talk you can handle. If you are thinking about buying one of the latest Samsung mobile devices, you MUST check this one out!
Our latest episode is now available where Sean P and I break down what to expect from this years Samsung Galaxy event. Find us on your favorite podcast platform, or click the link below! Thanks for listening…
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If you have heard about the new Galaxy Note9 from Samsung, and are thinking of picking it up, I’ve put together a short video of 3 things you should be sure to consider before buying. You can use the link to watch, or find our channel at youtube.com/c/silicontheory
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In an excellent choice of date, the Samsung newsroom confirms that the Note 9 will be announced at the Galaxy Unpacked Launch event in New York on August 9th. Get it? Note 9 on August 9? I KNEW YOU WOULD GET IT. If you are looking to upgrade your phone in the near future, and are considering the Note, you should probably watch this event (or wait for us to cover it in excruciating detail)
More details to come, but we are hoping to be on hand at the Barclay’s Stadium to give you live coverage of the launch announcement, much as I did for the event surrounding the LG G7 ThinQ. Stay tuned! The info on the event and how to watch is below.
On August 9, Samsung Electronics will welcome a new member to the premium Galaxy family. To celebrate the launch of the upcoming device, the company is hosting the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event on August 9, 2018. Live streaming of the event will be available at news.samsung.com/us, www.samsungmobilepress.com and www.samsung.com/us
- Event: Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED 2018
- Date/Time: Thursday, August 9, 2018 @ 11AM US EDT (Doors open at 10AM)
- Venue: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Link to the Samsung Newsroom and the announcement video can be found here.
Storage can be a big deal for a lot of people – even when you aren’t editing and producing 4k videos. So, for a price, Samsung has a variety of solutions. If you think that you might need some more storage for files, photos, or videos of family and friends, the T5 should be on your list. There are cheaper options out there, but for a certain group of folks, the T5 is among the best available options.
Check out the video at the link above, and as always, feel free to leave us a comment here or on the channel if you have questions. Thanks for watching!
So – we’ve got some content for you to enjoy this weekend – the video above is a quick unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy S9 – if you’ve wondered what this phone is all about, check it out and hit us with any questions in the comments.
There’s also a new episode of the ST Weekly podcast available – you can find the Silicon Theory Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, and even Spotify – just search for Silicon Theory wherever you get your podcasts.
Have a great weekend everyone!
The latest flagships in Samsung’s Galaxy line are official and available for pre-order. Full retail devices will start shipping in a few weeks, but if you are thinking about getting either the S9 or the S9+, here are a few things you should check out first.
More information is starting to leak out about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices, not the least of which is that the devices will feature a new camera, and different internal specs for their respective sizes. While this isn’t new for those in the Apple world (the iPhone 8 and 8+ have different camera modules and features) it would be a first for the Android phone maker Samsung, and probably isn’t a great trend in general.
So here we go – Samsung looks to be ready to unveil the latest in their Galaxy line of smartphones during the Mobile World Congress event taking place near the end of next month. As previous leaks have indicated, Samsung will be making some interesting iterative changes with their new Galaxy S9, not the least of which is some camera stuff (as noted in their launch announcement image above) – while there won’t be a ton of cosmetic changes (other than moving the fingerprint sensor), this will still be Samsung’s “newest/latest/best” and will likely sell in large numbers.
Who else is looking forward to seeing the new Galaxy phone? Let us know below in the comments – and stay tuned here for more details.