First is the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G. This new device features a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED display, quad rear camera layout, and 5G connectivity. Samsung isn't talking launch date or pricing yet, but the Galaxy A series typically focuses on affordability and the A42 5G will likely be no different.
Also announced today is the Wireless Charger Trio. As its name implies, this wireless charging pad is capable of charging up to three devices at once. Exact specs aren't available yet, but SamMobile reports that the Wireless Charger Trio will go on sale soon for €99 EUR ($117 USD).
Next is the Galaxy Tab A7. This tablet features a 10.4-inch display with 80% screen-to-body ratio. It's got quad speakers with Dolby Atmos support, too, and a "long-lasting battery".
Finally, the Galaxy Fit 2 is Samsung's newest fitness tracker. This wearable has a slim display to show you the time, date, and info on your workout, and it offers more than 70 different face options.
The Galaxy Fit 2 automatically detects and tracks up to five different types of activity and offers info on things like calories burned, heart rate, distance, and more.
Samsung also touts that the Galaxy Fit 2's battery life can run for 15 days on a single charge, and you can push that up to 21 days depending on settings and conditions.