Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphones / Gaming on the original Fold
On this episode, we’ve got stories about Samsung technology old and new.
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Episode 38: Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphones / Gaming on the original Fold
Last week, Samsung formally unveiled its newest products at its Galaxy Unpacked virtual event. Among the company’s new devices are two versions of the Galaxy Note 20 phone, both due out August 21, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2, a second-generation foldable with a release date to be announced. Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong joins us to talk about what to expect from these new phones. And later: The original Galaxy Fold had a troubled rollout and received mixed reviews last year. But there’s at least one thing it’s perfect for: retro gaming. Input guides editor Evan Rodgers joins us to discuss.
Read the original Input stories here:
- The Galaxy Z Fold 2's foldable screen ditches easily scratchable plastic for glass
- We finally found a reason to buy the Galaxy Fold
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