Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2022: New foldables, watches and headphones announced

Samsung’s second major event of 2022 has ended and it brought with it many important announcements, including the foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4.

Away from the phones, the launch also featured the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Watch 5 Pro and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 release date, price and everything you need to know

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is here and it could very well be next year’s most popular folding phone if it’s nearly as popular as its predecessor.

Released on Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked in August 2022 alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, this new clamshell folding has a small – dare we say cute? – design, but is housing some powerful internal components.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro: Everything you need to know

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is Samsung’s biggest and most powerful watch so far. The specs are more impressive than any Galaxy Watch so far, with improved durability, better sensor set, GPS features like route workouts, and improved sleep and activity tracking.

Announced during Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event on August 10th, we imagine you have a lot of questions about this fitness-focused Samsung watch that you need to answer before hitting “pre-order”. That’s where we come in: we spent time with the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro and we’re here to answer all your questions. For more of our first impressions of the watch, you can check out our hands-on review of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

Nvidia RTX 4070 Rumors Keep Suggesting a GPU That Will Be Something Special

Nvidia’s RTX 4070 may have lower power consumption levels than previous rumors, and more talk on the topic of this graphics card suggests some seriously fast clock speeds, meaning it could be a really powerful GPU.

All of this new information comes from a prolific source on Twitter, Kopite7kimi, who previously claimed that the RTX 4070 would draw 300W.

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Next Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Update Will Make Your Gaming PC Redundant

Xbox Game Pass members will soon be able to stream games that are not included in the subscription service as Microsoft expands the functionality of Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Included with every Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, Xbox Cloud Gaming lets you stream titles to your Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. You can currently only stream select titles from your Xbox Game Pass library, but Microsoft announced earlier this year that it would expand the streaming service to support games outside of that limited pool.

Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4: Finally, Samsung reveals why they exist

Samsung’s years-long quest to inspire legions of smartphone users to adopt foldable Android phones has turned a major corner with a pair of powerful, if not redesigned updates – the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4. And with partners offering so many wild deals that there’s an above-average chance your next Android smartphone will be foldable.

Samsung’s breakneck paced Unpacked event went through five devices and in a pretty specific order:

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 (Image credit: Future / Lance Ulanoff)

If you didn’t get the message before, you now know that Samsung is positioning the $999 / £999 / AU$1,499 Galaxy Z Flip 4 as a foldable for everyone, it’s half the price of the $1,799.99 Galaxy Z / £1,649 / AU$2,499 Fold 4 (In the US, AT&T is offering $1,000 in bill discounts if you trade in any old Galaxy phone for a Z Flip 4).

Apple Arcade fans may have just gotten the controller of their dreams

If you’re an Apple Arcade subscriber, you can check out PowerA’s new iPhone controller.

The PowerA MOGA XP5-i Plus controller for iPhone devices seems to be suitable for playing Apple Arcade’s vast library. And it’s available to buy from PowerA’s own store and Amazon for $79.99 (about £66.99 / AU$114.99). Other regions and pricing have yet to be announced, however.

Beats and Kim Kardashian releasing headphones together was a matter of time

Kim Kardashian and Apple are finally teaming up to bring you the Beats headphones that come in a range of neutral colors.

As part of the Beats x Kim collaboration, the Beats Fit Pro true wireless headphones will be available in shades called Earth, Dune and Moon (from darkest to lightest).

Apple’s Mac mini M1 Pro Was Canned – But Something Better Is Coming

Apple has ditched the idea of ​​a Mac mini based on the M1 Pro SoC (System-on-a-Chip), according to new vine talks, but the company is now working on a new spin on the compact PC powered by M2 chips in instead of.

This comes from prolific Apple leaker Mark Gurman in his Turn on (opens in new tab) newsletter (for Bloomberg), in which he notes that Apple was working on a Mac mini with M1 Pro that was supposed to be released in late 2021 or early 2022.