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Samsung Unpacked

Galaxy Note 3

New S Pen

Samsung Knox security

Samsung's smartwatch

Galaxy Gear

Galaxy Gear, Note 10.1 2014 edition

The family of Galaxy hardware

Designing the Note 3

Note 3 colors

Leather-effect back

New flip covers

Designing the S Pen

Air Command with S Pen

Air Command in action

Action Memo

S Finder

S Note

New S Note app

Multitasking features

Chat side by side

My Magazine

Multivision

Galaxy Gear

Notifications on Galaxy Gear

Answer calls

Take calls on the Gear

S Voice on Gear

Snap photos with Gear

Gear apps

Pedometer in Gear

Gear battery life

Note 3 video specs

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