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Samsung mobile leader JK Shin

Samsung debuts its Galaxy Note 2

Samsung Galaxy Note gets Android 4.1

Samsung stylus-enabled apps

S Pen 'hover' feature

S Pen annotations on Galaxy Note 2

Film director Wim Wenders at Samsung press conference

Crowded Samsung press conference

Samsung Galaxy Camera

Samsung Galaxy Camera's 120fps mode

Samsung's Ativ S Windows Phone 8 smartphone

Samsung is a Windows 8 fan

Ativ Smart PC with Windows 8

Reattaching the Ativ Smart PC's keyboard

Thicker with the keyboard

Samsung's Ativ Tab runs Windows RT

Samsung's Ativ Tab

Samsung Series 9 notebook + Windows 8 OS

Samsung's Windows extravaganza

JK Shin, head of Samsung's mobile-phone business, led the company's press conference at IFA by announcing the Galaxy Note 2.
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Jean-Daniel Ayme, vice president of Samsung's European mobile-phone business, details the Galaxy Note 2 at an IFA press conference.
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Jean-Daniel Ayme, vice president of Samsung's European mobile-phone business, discusses the Galaxy Note 2's software at an IFA press conference. It comes with Android 4.1, aka Jelly Bean, along with Samsung customizations.
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Custom software on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 includes a calendar application designed to work with the phone's stylus, Jean-Daniel Ayme, vice president of Samsung's European mobile-phone business, said at an IFA press conference.
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Custom software on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 includes a calendar application designed to work with the phone's stylus, Jean-Daniel Ayme, vice president of Samsung's European mobile-phone business, said at an IFA press conference.
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The S Pen also can be used to annotate e-mail, calendar entries, and other items on the Galaxy Note 2.
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Film director Wim Wenders tries to get people excited about creativity at the Samsung press conference. The German press was impressed.
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A throng gathered to hear Samsung's press conference at IFA in Berlin.
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Stephen Taylor, vice president of the Samsung brand in Europe, debuted the Samsung Galaxy Camera at a press conference at IFA. The camera has a 16-megapixel sensor, Android 4.1, a touch screen, a 21x zoom lens, and 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi networking.
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The Samsung Galaxy Camera can shoot slow-motion video at 120 frames per second, said Stephen Taylor, vice president of the Samsung brand in Europe. Other features include the ability to remotely control the camera with a smartphone, sharing options, and cloud storage choices.
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Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K., shows off the Ativ S, a Windows Phone 8-based smartphone with dual-core processor, 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen, 2,300mAH battery, thickness of 8.7mm.
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Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K., announced a major push around Windows 8, Microsoft's updated operating system.
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Samsung's new Ativ Smart PC, built with Windows 8, features a detachable keyboard that lets it turn into a touch-screen tablet, Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K., said at IFA in Berlin.
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Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K., snaps the Ative Smart PC tablet back to its keyboard. The Ativ includes an S Pen stylus, an Atom processor, 2GB of memory, 128GB of SSD storage, and a battery good for up to 13.5 hours of use. The tablet part is 9mm thick and weighs 750g.
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Including its keyboard, the Ativ Smart PC weighs 1.45kg and is 19.9mm thick, Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K., said at Samsung's press conference at IFA.
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Samsung's Ativ Tab runs Windows RT, shown here with the mandatory new Metro interface by Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K., at a press conference at IFA.
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Damien Cusick holds the Windows RT-based Ativ Tab. Evidently Samsung is undeterred by direct competition in tablets from Microsoft itself.
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The Samsung Series 9 notebook will come with Windows 8, said Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K.
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Samsung has a major Android smartphone and tablet effort under its Galaxy brand, but Damien Cusick, general manager of Samsung Electronics U.K., was eager to tout the range of new Windows-based devices the company is bringing to market.
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