Samsung Electronics has unveiled the new Galaxy Tab S7 tablet series as well as the new Galaxy Watch3 smartwatch and Galaxy Buds Live wireless earphones at Unpacked on Wednesday.
The 11-inch Galaxy Tab S7 sports a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and the 12.4-inch Galaxy Tab S7 Plus has an organic light emitting diode (OLED) display.
Both devices has a screen refresh rate of 120Hz, support for S Pen, the latest mobile processors and 5G connectivity.
Three apps can be used at once and both have a screen ratio of 16 to 10. The Tab S7 sports a 8000mAh battery while the Tab S7 Plus has a 10090mAh battery.
Both tablets will come in black, sliver and bronze and launch on August 21 globally. In South Korea they will be available for pre-orders on August 18 and began sales on September 3.
Samsung has also applied active noise canceling on its Galaxy Buds Live. The company has previously said the feature has divided fan base and it was reviewing applying the feature.
The earphones have a 12mm speaker and 3 microphones as well as acceleration sensors. It will be available in bronze, black and white and launch on August 6. It will cost 198,000 won.
Galaxy Watch3 offers heart and ECG monitors for the first time. It is made out of stainless and comes in 45mm and 41mm sizes. The 45mm version comes in silver and black while the 41mm version comes in bronze and silver. They both have leather straps. The LTE model 45mm will cost 528,000 won and the LTE 41mm model 495,000 won. Bluetooth models for the 45mm and 41mm will cost 473,000 won and 429,000 won, respectively. Samsung said it will launch a titanium version of the watches later this year.