The pre­sen­ta­tion of Galaxy Unpacked 2022 took place today.

Dur­ing it, Sam­sung showed its lat­est devices. Basi­cal­ly, the empha­sis is on smart­phones with flex­i­ble screens. But this is not all new.

We under­stand.

Galaxy Z Fold 4

The Sam­sung Galaxy Z Fold 4 has a 7.6‑inch inter­nal fold­able dis­play with a 120Hz refresh rate, but it has a slight­ly dif­fer­ent aspect ratio. Thanks to this, the frames around it have become thin­ner. The diag­o­nal of the exter­nal screen was 6.2 inch­es.

Goril­la Glass Vic­tus + is used for pro­tec­tion, and the glass coat­ing of the flex­i­ble screen has become thin­ner and 12% stronger. There is IPX8 water pro­tec­tion. You can swim with it.

The smart­phone weighs 263 grams ver­sus 271 grams for the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

The smart­phone is pow­ered by a Snap­drag­on 8+ Gen 1 proces­sor. The large screen of Z Fold has always been suit­able for mul­ti­task­ing, busi­ness and art. They returned sup­port for the S Pen sty­lus, but there is still nowhere to store it in the device.


Android 12L with One UI 4.4.1 will be installed on the Galaxy Z Fold 4, and with it will appear task bar. The name of the fea­ture is apt, as it works like the taskbar on a Win­dows PC, allow­ing you to quick­ly switch between appli­ca­tions from the icon area at the bot­tom of the screen.

The bar con­sists of apps pinned to the bot­tom of the home screen, and any oth­er apps that are vis­i­ble are recent­ly used apps.

Worth the Sam­sung Galaxy Z Fold 4 with 12/256 GB of stor­age $1800. Avail­able in four col­ors: black, green, beige and bur­gundy. The start of sales will take place on August 26, pre-order opens today.

Galaxy Z Flip 4

The nov­el­ty received a fold­ing dis­play with a diag­o­nal of 6.7 inch­es and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The screen is 45% stronger than the pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tion.

There is an exter­nal dis­play with a diag­o­nal of 1.9 inch­es. A spe­cial Smart­Things wid­get has been devel­oped for it to quick­ly con­trol smart home devices.

The design of the smart­phone has not changed much, but it is not­ed that it has become even more on a sim­ple smart­phone that can be fold­ed in half. With­out any con­ces­sions for the sake of this “fea­ture”.

The Galaxy Z Flip 4 comes with a Snap­drag­on 8+ Gen 1 proces­sor and 8GB of RAM. There is pro­tec­tion against water accord­ing to the IPX8 stan­dard, the thick­ness remains the same: 17.1 mm at the hinge and 15.9 mm where the ends of the dis­play touch. So the gap remained the same as it was.

The device has a 3700 mAh bat­tery, which is 700 mAh more than the Galaxy Z Flip 3. 25W fast charg­ing and 10W wire­less are avail­able.

The Sam­sung Galaxy Z Flip 3 costs $999. Will be sold in pur­ple, graphite, blue and rose gold col­ors. On sale August 26, pre-order opens today.

Galaxy Buds 2 Pro

The com­pa­ny’s new wire­less head­phones. Sam­sung claims it deliv­ers 24-bit Hi-Fi sound with active noise can­cel­la­tion and 360 Audio sur­round sound tech­nol­o­gy.

The device is 15% small­er than the pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tion. There is IPX7 water pro­tec­tion, as well as sup­port for Blue­tooth 5.3 and LE Audio.

Each ear­bud lasts up to 5 hours on a sin­gle charge. Togeth­er with the case, auton­o­my reach­es 20 hours with noise reduc­tion and 30 hours with­out it.

The Sam­sung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are priced at $230 and will be avail­able from August 26th. Avail­able in three col­ors: pur­ple, white and black.

Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro

The lat­est nov­el­ty for today is the fifth gen­er­a­tion of smart watch­es.

The Galaxy Watch 5 comes in 40mm and 44mm cas­es, while the Pro comes in a sin­gle 45mm size. All watch­es are pow­ered by the same 1.18GHz Exynos W920 proces­sor, 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of inter­nal stor­age.

The Galaxy Watch 5 line fea­tures an improved ver­sion of the 3‑in‑1 BioAc­tive sen­sor, first intro­duced on the Galaxy Watch 4, that enables ECG, heart rate, and body com­po­si­tion analy­sis. The sen­sor allows you to bet­ter track the phas­es of sleep.

All watch­es have GPS, NFC, option­al LTE, Blue­tooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi, sup­port 5ATM and are pro­tect­ed accord­ing to the IP68 stan­dard. New this time around is the body tem­per­a­ture sen­sor.

In terms of bat­tery life, the Galaxy Watch 5 has a 284mAh bat­tery in the 40mm ver­sion and a 410mAh bat­tery in the 44mm ver­sion. They give up to 40 hours of oper­a­tion on a sin­gle charge.

Sam­sung Galaxy Watch 5

The Pro ver­sion has a 590 mAh bat­tery, rat­ed for 80 hours or 20 hours of con­tin­u­ous GPS use on a sin­gle charge. There is a fast charge: in half an hour from 0% to 45%.

The Pros come with a tita­ni­um case and a tougher sap­phire dis­play: 29 GPa com­pared to 24 GPa on the Watch 5. The watch also has a new mag­net­ic clasp. Final­ly, you can now down­load hik­ing and bik­ing trails com­plete with turn-by-turn nav­i­ga­tion.

Sam­sung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro

The Sam­sung Galaxy Watch 5 is $280 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is $450. For ver­sions with LTE, they will ask for $ 50 more. The Galaxy Watch 5 (40mm) is avail­able in Graphite, Rose Gold and Sil­ver, the Galaxy Watch 5 (44mm) is avail­able in Graphite, Sap­phire and Sil­ver, and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is avail­able in Black and Gray.

On sale August 26, pre-order opens today.