Samsung Releases Phone-Centric Teaser for Mobile Unpacked Event at IFA [Video]


Samsung’s headed to IFA in Berlin, Germany for another Samsung Mobile Unpacked event. They’ve released the first teaser for the evening – a guy walking around with a phone that somehow glows gold through his hands. Other folks are spotted walking around with illuminated phones, as well.

The only phone we can think of that they would tease like this is a Galaxy S II, but Germany already has that. Instead, it looks like this could be a relaunch of the Galaxy S II with LTE radios inside to take advantage of new service in the country.

No word on if it’ll look any different from the European or Korean version of the phone. Hopefully this paves way for an LTE version of the Galaxy S II when it’s set to hit Verizon here in the United States. We’ll know September 1st what Samsung is cooking up. []

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. GS3?

  2. Won’t we know on Aug 29th when they have their event in NY as opposed to Sept 1 in Germany?

    1. The two may be unrelated events.

      1. They most likely are.

  3. I swear if they’re already showing off the Galaxy S 3 when we haven’t even gotten the Galaxy S 2….. I’m gonna lose my mind!!!!

    1. Says the Evo 3D owner…

      1. he’s been creaming his banana hammock over the GS2 for a while regardless

        1. Horrible image but true none the less… xD

    2. Yeah, you’re not alone on that. Especially since they’ll be showing of the Galaxy S 4 by the time we get the Galaxy S 3.

  4. 4G is utterly useless, nobody needs it anyway.
    There must be something more interesting.

    1. Nobody needs it? i bet you said the same thing when color tv’s came out.

  5. Nexus Prime…??? or a new Samsung Wave III with Bada 2.0?

  6. If you replace ‘LTE’ with ‘NFC’ in the article, the video still would apply…

    Be interesting to see what’s coming.

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