Samsung Unpacked trailer teases “the next Galaxy”

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If the Galaxy S 5 doesn’t show up at Monday’s Samsung Unpacked event, we will be very surprised. Industry gossip has been swarming around the idea of an MWC launch, and while not directly confirming those expectations, Samsung sure hasn’t been doing anything to deny or otherwise diminish them; hell, even just promoting the event as Unpacked 5 felt like a tacit admission of the fifth-series Galaxy S news we’d find within. As if you weren’t already 100% convinced of what’s coming our way first thing next week, Samsung has a new teaser trailer for its Unpacked event out, and while it’s still not out-and-saying “Galaxy S 5,” we’re about as close as we can get here.

The majority of the trailer consists of a montage of still pics and short video clips, all accompanied by a label. Most of those seem more the stuff of marketing than anything that might really offer insight into the smartphone itself, but a few do manage to have us thinking twice: does the “wet” message suggest a waterproof phone?

And then, right at the end we have it: “The Next Galaxy.”

Unpacked 5 is set to begin Monday afternoon in Barcelona (well, 8pm there, but 2pm for us East Coast US types), so be sure to check back in with us then for news of Samsung’s announcements, and to check out any hands-on videos we’re able to film with the company’s new hardware.

Source: Samsung (YouTube)
Via: Android Central

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