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Samsung Unpacked Episode 2 live stream up on YouTube

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Last updated: September 4th, 2014 at 13:17 UTC+02:00

Yesterday the Samsung Unpacked Episode 2 event took place in Berlin. At the event the company unveiled one of the devices that many of us were anxiously waiting for, the Galaxy Note 4. It also showed off the Galaxy Note Edge, Gear S and the Gear VR virtual reality headset.

We here at SamMobile have extensively covered all of the product announcements made at Samsung Unpacked Episode 2. But if our readers want to take a look at the entire event and they weren’t able to catch the live stream yesterday, they can catch up on it through YouTube as the official Samsung Unpacked Episode 2 live stream has now been posted online for everyone on the world’s favorite video streaming website. For your convenience its embedded below.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=VRLy0QQI6xU

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