TechnikNews Weekly # 128: Galaxy Note 20 Event, iMac 27, Pixel 4a, and more
As expected, Samsung presented many new devices at one of their unpacked events this week. As usual, you can find a brief summary of what has been going on in the world of technology in the past week in TechnikNews weekly.
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Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event
Samsung presented five new devices at its unpacked event on Wednesday. The Note 20 series comes with relatively few improvements. In addition to the new Dynamic AMOLED panel, Samsung has installed a triple camera on the back, which, like the S20, supports 8K video. The Tab S7 has a 120Hz display, which means that the tablet should be a lot of fun for gaming. With the Galaxy Buds Live, Samsung follows Huawei and Apple and is now also launching true wireless headphones with active noise canceling. Thanks to a new sensor, Samsung's Galaxy Watch 3 can now measure the oxygen saturation in the blood and supports a wide variety of home workouts. Finally, with the Z Fold2 5G, Samsung has also announced a new foldable. Compared to the first fold, it should now be more mature and therefore comes with a significantly larger display on the outside.
Apple announces iMac 27 “(2020)
On Tuesday, Apple announced a refresh for the 27 inch iMac. The new iMac now comes with improved specs and therefore also with better performance. Surprisingly, Apple is now bringing a Mac with an Intel CPU onto the market. The new 2099-inch iMac is now available for at least 27 euros.
Google Pixel 4a officially launched
After there had been rumors about the Pixel 4a for months, Google officially presented the successor to the Pixel 3a on Monday. With the Pixel 4a, Google now wants to offer an even better overall package and is therefore now relying on thinner display bezels and a punchhole for the Pixel 4a. In Germany you will be able to buy the Pixel 4a for 340,20 euros, whereas it will not be available in Austria for the time being.