Samsung Unpacked Episode 2
Every one of Samsung’s Unpacked press conferences brings a slate of new gadgets, and the latest, held in Berlin on Sept. 4, was no exception. After much anticipation (and a few leaks), Samsung shared its long-awaited Galaxy Gear smartwatch, plus a new Galaxy Note 3 with a bigger screen, and a 2014 edition of the Galaxy Note 10.1 with a higher resolution screen. Read on for the full news announcements, spec comparisons, and more.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 is set to be unveiled on September 4. If you’re wondering how this device will fit into the, frankly mammoth, Samsung line-up we have some possible answers for you right here, as we run through the top Note 3 rumors.
Samsung has unleashed the Galaxy Gear in an expectant world, and now it's here, we're a bit underwhelmed, as Google Glass seems to do everything it can do, but better. And it's only a short time away.
During the launch event for the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, Samsung also told owners of the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 smartphones to watch out for an update to Android 4.3 soon.
Samsung showed off the newest member of the Galaxy Note family today, the Galaxy Note 3. How does it compare to the previous generation? We pit the Galaxy Note 3 against its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2, in a spec showdown.
We go hands on with Samsung's newest gadget, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch. How does it compare to the Pebble or Sony Smartwatch 2, and will people want a device that's mostly designed to augment the Galaxy Note 3?
The Galaxy Note 3 is an improvement on the old Note 2, but it's an incremental one instead of something whizbang and new. We go hands on to let you know exactly what's good and bad.
The Pebble Smartwatch has some new competition. Samsung officially revealed its Galaxy Gear today, a essentially a computer you wear on your wrist. We see how it stacks up with Pebble in a spec showdown.