Galaxy Camera | Samsung
Samsung usually puts on a strange show when it has an "Unpacked" event and the show it staged this year at IFA was no exception. With the Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Camera, a set of Windows 8 devices, and the first-ever Windows Phone 8 device, it was certainly full of new details and new gadgets. It was also emceed by a magician who oversaw the magical puns and a cameo by Wim Wenders. It's not Samsung at its most surreal, but that's an awfully high bar. Check it out in full, below, and then stop by our StoryStream for complete coverage and hands-on with the announced devices.
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