Here's what you missed at Samsung's (SSNLF) Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event at Brooklyn's Barclay's Center. TheStreet's tech editor Nelson Wang was there and got his hands on the new Galaxy Note 10 phones and Galaxy Book S laptop. They're loaded with new features. Is it a phone, a computer or a camera?
The new phones and enhanced SPen are loaded with new features. With 3 rear lenses, Samsung showed off new video and augmented reality effects, including live focus for cinematic effects, A/R stickers and a new super steady mode.
The Note 10, which has a 6.3-inch screen, will start at $949 while the 10+, which features a 6.8-inch screen, will start at $1099 for an LTE version and $1299 for the 5G version.
A New Partnership
The South Korean electronics giant also announced a new partnership with Microsoft (MSFT) - Get Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Report to integrate user experiences across Microsoft-powered PCs and Samsung smartphones. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella helped end the show as the surprise guest of the evening.
"Microsoft's mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more," Nadella said. "At any moment, we want within your arms reach the greatest of experiences wherever you are. And the combination of Microsoft's experiences and Samsung's powerful innovative new devices like the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Book S make this possible."
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