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Jason Bradbury, a well-known UK tech celebrity, took the stage to host the Samsung Unpacked event. This is Samsung's 11th Unpacked event.
Samsung President and CEO JK Shin.
Behold, the third Galaxy Note smartphone.
Samsung President JK Shin with the new Galaxy Note 3.
The S Pen makes a return, naturally.
Samsung Knox aims to keep your phone secure.
And here's the long-awaited Gear smartwatch.
It comes in a pleasant range of colours.
But that's not all -- there's a new Note 10.1 in the mix as well.
Three new products in all, a rather exciting lineup.
People want bigger screens, Samsung says.
The Note 3 comes in three colours: black, white, and pink.
Here's a close-up of the pink version.
Samsung still has a lot of love for supersize smartphones.
There are new flip covers, in a range of colours.
The Note 3 comes with loads of new software features.
This is the Air Command feature, which selects tools from a wheel.
Air Command is supposed to make multitasking quicker, but any new software runs the risk of confusing customers.
Action Memo automatically determines what you want to do with your S Pen scribbles -- in this case, adding a contact.
Samsung's a big fan of the "S" prefix, as you've probably gathered by now.
The revamped S Note stores your notes in the cloud, with services like Evernote. Nifty.
More on the refreshed note-taking abilities.
This very cool app lets you draw a square on screen, which becomes one of a variety of tools -- in this case, a calculator.
You can now run the same app in two windows, which could come in handy. Here it's being done in the ChatOn chatting app.
My Magazine is like Flipboard or HTC's Blinkfeed, tiling relevant posts and a news feed in an attractive interface for you to scroll through.
You can chain Note 3 phones together to create a bigger display.
Multiple colours for the Gear will probably go down a treat.
Gear notifications will automatically pop up on your Note 3 phone.
Answer calls, and speak into the Gear, James Bond-style.
You can make calls as well as accept them.
The Gear has S Voice, which is voice recognition software.
There's a camera on the Gear, placed in the side of the strap.
A host of apps are ready for the Gear's debut.
It has a built-in pedometer, for fitness freaks.
It will, Samsung says, survive for more than 25 hours away from its charging cable.
The three new products are designed to work together.
The Note 3 has a chunky new battery in it.