It's 7.9mm thick, 535g for the Wi-Fi edition
The Note 10.1 2014 tablet has the similar leatherlike backing.
There's many of the software features seen on the Note 3 - multi window, my magazine etc
There's a new S Note, a redesigned Twitter app and Autodesk Sketchbook
That's about 1.2 lbs weight on the Note 10.1 and a depth of 0.31-inch thick.
Air command on the Note 3 and 10.1 work the same way.
This is going to change the way you think about tablets, apparently.
If you want a closer look, we also have the specs in our hands-on with the Note 10.1 above.
The Note 10.1 has the same "content gift pack" with over a dozen partner apps on board.
I sense we're starting to come to the end folks, but there's one more video yet (at least)
At well under 2 pounds, it is certainly light.
Bradbury back on stage, wrapping up
Nice get with Baz Luhrmann in your video, Samsung.
I think they should actually get Baz to put on the next Unpacked.
That's it from Berlin folks - thanks for having us
What do you guys think of the announcements? We'll turn comments back on for a few.
I myself am looking forward to going hands on with the Note 3. Those are some great specs there, really high-powered.
Of course, the Gear will also go through the paces in comparison with the battalion of smartwatches coming up.
@Thedig There *is* an IR blaster and the WatchOn app with the Note 3. It's on the top, in the same spot as it is on the GS4.
@Tom Scott There are 2 capacities mentioned in the specs list: 32GB and 64GB. Plus 3GB RAM.
I should mention, it isn't clear if every market will get both storage capacities.
@Dokta I agree, they're very high-end. This should be a powerful device, but also power-hungry. The battery only has 100mAh over the Note 2, so that'll be interesting.
@Derek, 5.7 inch 1080p HD Super AMOLED. There's a higher resolution than on the Note 2, so that'll make a difference.
@Long: As it turns out, we were correct.
@Long, smartwatches are on the rise. They're going to be a very important talking point in the coming months, along with other wearables. Save your money and skip them if you'd like, but it'll be very hard to ignore them.
@Stephen The Gear will be sold separately. Samsung hasn't officially announced pricing yet, but we're hearing it could be in the $300 range. I expect the prices of wearables to drop a little bit in time for the holidays.
@Aloo52336 Since the Note 3 features a new S Pen, I'm going to go with no on that question. Android is definitely the device-maker and developers' playground.
@Rallaster0 I guess they haven't figured out how to integrate the LTE radio into the chipset? Expect a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor for the US market at least.
One other thing I'll say, expect to see a LOT of apps come out for the Gear.
@FlyGuy I'm not sure if it's waterproof...very good question. I feel like that's something Samsung might have mentioned if it were. The Gear is meant to be a companion for calling and sharing features (it uses the phone's radios,) but you should be able to use it as a pedometer independently. Whenever you need connections, though, it'll lean on your device.
Thanks for joining, all, and for taking the time to chat afterwards. Samsung has more up its sleeve at tomorrow's press conference, which kicks off at 11am local Berlin time. We'll be there! (Well not me, I'll be asleep...)
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