Samsung publishes introduction videos of its latest products

Samsung introduced many new products at its Unpacked event in San Francisco yesterday. The list includes the endlessly-leaked Galaxy S10 lineup, Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Fit bands, and the most awaited of all – Galaxy Fold, Samsung’s foldable smartphone. The Korean company has now published detailed introduction videos for some of these products.

The Galaxy S10 video, as to be expected, talks about the design, Dynamic AMOLED displays, camera capabilities, in-display fingerprint reader, Wireless PowerShare, Wi-Fi 6, 5G, One UI, and other features of the lineup. You can also read our coverage of the Galaxy S10 to learn about some of these features.

The Galaxy Watch Active video is all about fitness tracking capabilities of the device. It doesn’t talk much about the design of the watch even though that is what primarily separates it from the rest of the offerings in the Samsung’s smartwatch lineup. Recharging the device through the Wireless PowerShare feature in the Galaxy S10 is also mentioned prominently in the video.

The Galaxy Buds video focuses on the convenience offered by the latest wireless earbuds from Samsung. It tries to drive home the point that these are designed not just for listening to music, but also for clear voice interactions with the outside world, enabled by the dual mics and other noise-controlling features onboard. Once again, Galaxy S10’s Wireless PowerShare feature makes an appearance, touting the never-before convenience of recharging Galaxy Buds instantly anywhere.

Despite announcing the release date and price, the company is still not comfortable in revealing more details about the Galaxy Fold. The company hasn’t published any introduction video for its foldable smartphone yet, only a TV commercial. Even the press was not given any hands-on time with the device yesterday. We may have to wait a little longer to learn more about the future of the Galaxy.

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“only a TV commercial.”

But why they removed it later ?