Galaxy S21 Ultra
We will forgive you if the only takeout came to you from the Samsung segment on the S21 Ultra is that it comes in a fancy new black colourway. It’s true that the company has spent far too much time discussing something so simple, but that doesn’t mean Samsung hasn’t updated its high-end model significantly. New to the $ 1,200 S21 Ultra is an updated dual telephoto system that Samsung says will improve “clarity with every shot.” Oh, and the rumors were true: the S21 Ultra will include S Pen support. Samsung even plans to release a Pro model of the stylus that will support what will let you use its Air Action gestures to control the phone remotely. Like its cheaper siblings, the S21 Ultra goes on sale January 29.
Galaxy Buds Pro
The bean-shaped design of Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Live may have made them a great material, but when it comes to everyday use, they were not that convincing. Fortunately, Samsung returned to the drawing board and returned with the $ 200 Galaxy Buds Pro. The company’s new headphones combine elements of both Galaxy Buds + and the aforementioned Galaxy Buds Live, leading to a design that Samsung claims to be less intrusive and more comfortable to wear. They also come with improvements such as active noise cancellation, 360 Audio support, and an improved IPX7 rating against sweat and water. They will be available for sale today.
Leave it to Samsung to beat Apple to announce its take on a Bluetooth tracker first. the Galaxy SmartTag is a Tile shaped accessory that you can attach to your belongings and use to try to find them if they get lost. While you can optionally buy one for $ 30, you can also get a free SmartTag if you Pre-order one of Samsung’s new phones straight from the company. Later this year, Samsung will launch a Tag + model that will take advantage of the ultra-wideband (UWB) function of many of its new phones to provide improved tracking.