Samsung today at IFA 2014 launched the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy Gear S and Galaxy Gear VR. Join us and watch again the live launch video and read our live blog of Samsung's smartphone, smartwatch and VR headset launch.
Get all the launch details and specifications of the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy Gear S. Also, the Galaxy Gear VR.
Galaxy Note 4 launch: video stream and live blog
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is one of the most hotly anticipated smartphones of the year, along with the iPhone 6, and the wait is over. Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy Note 4, as well as a special edition with a curved screen called the Galaxy Note Edge.
Click the video above to watch the launch again, as live. And click our Live Blog frame if you want to read how the event happened, as it happened, with our unique blend of analysis and, well, sarcasm.
For the full details of the products launched, see: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 release date, price, specs UK: Note 4 launched today and Samsung Galaxy Note Edge release date, price and specs UK. Also, Samsung Gear VR release date, price and specs.
Now amuse yourself with what we predicted before the event started:
Galaxy Note 4 launch: what we said
You're all set for live coverage of the event (we'll embed the feed as soon as it's available) but let look at what to expect.
The Galaxy Note 4, like many smartphones, has been leaked over the last few months. According to the various leaks, the new smartphone will come with a 5.7in screen with a 2K resolution and including features such as a Retina scanner and a UV sensor. There are also whispers of a premium metal design and some kind of flexible display.
It would be unlike Samsung to announce just one product and although it has just confirmed the new Gear S smartwatch – which it will no doubt recap on - there are other possibilities for the show. First up is a Gear Round to rival the LG G Watch R and Motorola Moto 360 with their circular faces.
More on the wearable front is expected with the Gear VR headset which will take on the Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus. It's unlikely that Samsung will announce any new tablets but we're not ruling it out. More likely, though, is another large smartphone in the form of the Galaxy Mega 2.