Samsung announced several new OLED devices, including its two new foldable smartphones. First up is the Galaxy Z Fold3, which features a 7.6-inch 1768x2208 120Hz 1200 nits foldable Dynamic AMOLED X2 display, and a 6.2-inch 120Hz 832x2268 external AMOLED display. The foldable phone sports Samsung's first under-the-display selfie camera.
Samsung says that the new Galaxy Fold has an improved hinge design and is more durable compared to previous generation devices. The second phone is the Galaxy Flip3, which features a 6.7-inch 120Hz 1200 nits 1080x2640 foldable Dynamic AMOLED display, and an external 1.9" 260x512 Super AMOLED display.
Both smartphone will ship by the end of August 2021, and are both available for pre-orders. You can pre-order the Flip3 starting at $999 and the Fold3 for $1,799.
Samsung also announced new smartwatches. The Galaxy Watch4 features a 1.36" 450x450 Super AMOLED display or a 1.19" 396x396 Super AMOLED on the smaller variant. There is also a Galaxy Watch 4 variant, with similar specification but a slightly different design - a rotating bezel and stainless steel body (instead of the rubber band and the so-called digital bezel).