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Samsung kicked off the company's unpacked event with the debut of the galaxy z flip a clamshell design phone with a foldable 6.7 inch screen that even as a tiny screen on the front of the phone when folded for notifications and for use as a tiny sulfite screen.
Z flip goes on sale February 14, starting at $1380.
A trio of phones will make up the S20 Series of new flagship Galaxy devices, and their focus is primarily the camera.
All phones will support 5G with 120 hertz displays and allow for up to 8K video recording.
The highest end phone, the S20 Ultra will offer one hundred times zoom, and the largest screen and battery of the three.
The series of S20 phones will start at nine hundred and ninety nine dollars, when they go on sale March sixth.
Finally Samsung debuted the next version of the companies wireless earbuds.
The new Galaxy Buds plus the new buds promise better sound quality, improved noise cancellation tech and battery life that will last 11 hours and a total of 22 hours if you include what the charge case can provide.
The new buds will go on sale February 14 for $149
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