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When you consider that the Galaxy Nexus is contesting the same turf as Apple's gorgeous iPhone 4S -- and that it costs roughly the same SIM-free -- you can't help but feel that Samsung's challenger isn't quite dressed for the fight. That's not to say it's an ugly device -- far from it. From the front is looks like an enlarged Nexus S, while the back panel calls to mind the Galaxy S2. There's also that trademark Galaxy bump on the back of the phone towards the bottom. This aids grip and makes the Galaxy Nexus comfortable to hold.

The first great smartphone of 2015, Beautiful full moon iphone case and bold..with complications, The new no-compromise MacBook, A stellar on-ear headphone, Crave-worthy curves for a premium price, The Good Amazing HD screen; Android 4.1 is fantastic; 1080p video recording, The Bad Only 5-megapixel camera; Design is a little uninspiring; Memory can't be expanded, The Bottom Line While it lacks the refined aesthetics of the iPhone 4S, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus impresses with a 4.65-inch HD screen and the slick new Android 4.1 operating system..

The tantalising glimpse of the new Note comes in a teaser video starring, of all people, German auteur Wim Wenders, the director of Paris, Texas, Buena Vista Social Club, Wings of Desire, 3D documentary Pina and some U2 videos. Click play on the video below as Wim wanders about Berlin, pausing only to whip out his Note and make, er, notes. We don't see much of the Note 2 itself, except for the Note's signature S Pen stylus unsheathing for impromptu scribbling, highlighting the way the Note allows you to jot down your thoughts any time, anywhere.

The new Note is expected to have a slightly bigger 5.5-inch screen, although the overall size will probably stay the same, The Note 2 makes its debut at the Samsung Unpacked event in Berlin on 29 August, kicking off annual tech trade full moon iphone case show IFA, CNET will be there in monster-truck force, bringing you news, previews and videos of the Note 2 and all the other latest kit, Samsung revealed the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 last week, an oversized version of the Note that's undergone an extensive overhaul since we first saw it at the start of the year, The Note 10.1 offers a new split-screen mode that shows you two apps side-by-side: handy if you want to, ahem, take notes..

The Note 10.1 will get the latest version of Android, Jelly Bean, before the end of the year. Good news, certainly, but I can't help feeling like Samsung is losing the plot a bit. Before, the Note was in between Galaxy smart phones and Galaxy Tab tablets. Now, with the 10.1, the Note is the same size as the Tab. Two near-identical products with different names is sure to confuse customers, and as much as Samsung's wide range of phones and tablets has made it the number one Android brand, it risks offering too much choice.