If you missed last night’s live Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event during which Samsung unveiled their new Galaxy Note 10 smartphones. You’ll be pleased to know that Samsung has now made available a copy of the live stream on YouTube for your viewing pleasure. Check out all the action from last night’s Samsung event in the video embedded below.
“Held earlier today in New York City, the interactive showcase saw the company officially unveil the Galaxy Note10: a new line of premium smartphones designed for a new era of mobile productivity. To demonstrate just how seamless the devices make managing a wide spectrum of interests, Samsung transformed Brooklyn’s Barclays Center into a prism of light with exhibits that immersed attendees in both color and innovation.”
DJ Koh, Samsung Electronics’ President and CEO, IT and Mobile Communications, introduces the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+: “For everyone who demands the best, I am proud to introduce the newest version of the ultimate power phone.”
Drew Blackard, Head of Mobile Product Management, Samsung Electronics America, outlines some of the Galaxy Note10’s most exciting upgrades, including a choice of 6.3- and 6.8-inch models, a sleek and slim design, and a gorgeous Dynamic AMOLED display. “The Dynamic AMOLED display is brilliant and utterly immersive,” says Blackard. “In fact, the front of the phone has virtually no bezels.”
After introducing enhancements that make the S Pen more powerful and convenient, including customizable Air actions, Blackard hands things over to travel vlogger and filmmaker Eva zu Beck, who offers a live demo of the S Pen’s new gesture controls from the event’s hands-on experience zone. “When I’m traveling alone and I need to take a photo or video, sometimes I just ask a stranger to do it for me,” says zu Beck. “That’s why I’m so excited about the new S Pen with remote control: because it’ll make it easier for me to operate the camera when I’m just with my tripod.”
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