Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Samsung's next-generation phablet: First Look
First Look: Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Samsung's next-generation phablet2:09 /
From the IFA show in Berlin, Samsung product marketing director Ryan Bidan demos the new Galaxy Note 2 for CNET's Stephen Shankland.
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