Watch: Samsung is Hyping the Galaxy Note 7 on YouTube

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I know we keep saying this, but for real, we are now just a few days away from Samsung’s unveiling of the Galaxy Note 7. We will be on-hand in NYC as Samsung gives us all of the details, but until then, the hypetrain rolls on.

Posted onto Samsung Korea’s YouTube, a video details what appears to be theme-able lock screens thanks to an updated TouchWiz UI. In addition, we see old telephones underwater. Water resistant Galaxy Note 7? Most definitely. We also see sentences on paper marked with highlighter, possibly detailing changes for S Pen. 

Given the video’s language is Korean, we can’t understand any of it. However, thanks to Samsung’s brilliant use of imagery, we believe we’re picking up what Samsung’s throwing down.

Take a look and share your thoughts below.

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