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Samsung releases IFA teaser trailer, no mention of Note 3 or Galaxy Gear

Samsung has released a teaser trailer for its IFA presence, but fails to mention anything of its upcoming products, the Galaxy Note 3 and Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch.

Instead of offering any teasers for the Galaxy Gear smartwatch or Galaxy Note 3, Samsung instead decided to show off the “average day” in the Samsung labs.

Entitled “Breaking News: Secret of Samsung Technology caught on tape”, the video reveals that the innovative technology within Samsung products is actually the work of, well, aliens.

Definitely published very tongue in cheek, it’s interesting that Samsung has chosen to release this video ahead of its Samsung Unpacked event on September 4.

Samsung has already confirmed that it will launch the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch at the event, as well as showcasing some a fancy 98-inch 4K TV.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Rumours
One of the more eagerly anticipated smartphones expected to launch this year, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumours suggest that the release date will occur on September 16 after the launch this week.

Expected to follow the design hues laid out by the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Note 3 should share a number of features with Samsung’s flagship smartphone, including the 13-megapixel rear camera.

The 1.9GHz quad-core processor from the S4 should also make the cut for the Note 3, but the stylus wielding smartphone should get a rather impressive 3GB of RAM.

Increasing the screen size of the existing Galaxy Note 2 smartphone, the Note 3 is tipped to launch with a 5.7-inch Full 1080p HD display.

According to the latest rumours, the Galaxy Note 3 will also have a hefty 3450mAh battery and run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

TrustedReviews will be attending the Samsung Unpacked event on September 4, so we’ll bring you all the official news as it happens.

Next, read our pick of the best Android tablets of 2013.

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