Posted by The Verge on Tuesday, February 06, 2020 12:18:20Samsung’s flagship video streaming service, Samsung Gear, has been one of the biggest draws for consumers this year.
And while the service is still in its infancy, Samsung’s newest product line-up has set new standards for video streaming.
The Samsung Galaxy X2 is Samsung’s latest iteration of its flagship video streamer that aims to be the ultimate in streaming video.
This year’s model features an 8.5-inch screen, a Snapdragon 821 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 64GB storage option.
The Galaxy X1, on the other hand, featured a 6.4-inch display, 2 GB of RAM and a 128GB storage capacity.
All of these models have a variety of specs, including a Snapdragon 800 processor, 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, a 1080p camera, and 64GB of internal storage.
The Samsung Galaxy S4, however, has the distinction of being the only smartphone with a full 64GB option, although it’s only available in Europe and China.
While Samsung doesn’t have the Galaxy X and X2 as flagship products, its flagship streaming device has set a new benchmark for video content availability.
The new Samsung Galaxy Lineup is also the only Samsung smartphone to feature an 8-inch, 1080p, front-facing camera, a dual-SIM model, a 4,000mAh battery, and an IP67 water-resistance rating.
The new Samsung TV line-ups is also coming soon, but it looks like we won’t see a single model in the US, at least not until the new models are announced in early 2019.
The latest version of Samsung’s Gear TV, called the Gear VR, comes in a wide variety of price points.
It’s currently on sale in the United States at $99.99 and has Android TV support.
The latest version comes with a 7-inch 1080p display, 64GB internal storage, and Samsung’s own VR apps.
The Gear VR also features a microphone, accelerometer, and touch pad for VR tracking, which is a major improvement over the Gear 360, which only had one button to track your body movement.
If you don’t mind spending some extra money, the GearVR also comes with support for Samsung’s TouchWiz UI.
For now, you’ll have to wait and see what Samsung will do with its new video streaming services, but expect to see the Gear TV and Gear VR in stores later this year, if not sooner.