Samsung’s Entire IFA 2012 Unpacked Event Is Now Available For Your Viewing Pleasure [Video]


Some of you might have been working, others sleeping (guilty). No matter the reason, if you found yourself bummed out for missing Samsung’s Unpacked Event from IFA 2012 this morning, you’ll be glad to know it has now been recorded and available for your streaming at your leisure. Sure you got all the pertinent information from our announcement posts, but you’ll miss out on all the magic — no really, the host is packing a magician’s wand — from the event.

Call me immature, but I find it hi-larious when listening to other countries pronounce words like batteries (sounds like “bat-trees”). Heehee. At an hour and 26 minutes, you might wanna get comfortable and grab a snack. Enjoy.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. I HATE it when videos auto-play. What is this? 2003? Goddamnit. -_-

    1. Yep, I’m with JJD here, that was annoying, please don’t do that again.

      1. I’ll let Samsung know.

        1. Good man.
          While you’re at it, tell them to hurry up with 1mm bezelled monitors would ya.
          Cheers bud ;)

  2. Someone please put this on YouTube

  3. Got bored from all the ‘bulk’ (it’s like it’s trickled from touchwizz into their shows) and decided not to bother watching.

  4. The Note 2 is badass, but this whole thing is so amateurish showing a combination of “life, power and beauty.” Stupid buzz like “When magical moments come to life.” Both of those don’t make sense. In fact none of this makes sense THEY’RE LITERALLY DOING CARD TRICKS. I think they think that they’re making us FEEL something; but the only thing I’m feeling is embarrassed for Samsung. The products are great, the presentation seems lost in translation.

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