It’s finally that time of year for the city of Berlin to take over the world of Mobile Technology through their yearly IFA event. In the past, it was just another event where we had no clear expectations, but in the last two years, it’s been about Samsung, and more specifically about their new iterations of the Galaxy Note smartphones.

The Samsung Unpacked event happens tomorrow at 1PM Eastern, and aside from all the hands-on coverage that both Michael and Anton will get us from the show floor, we’ll also cover the event live through our usual Editorial Roundtable.

We still don’t have clear leaks on the Galaxy Note III, Samsung has done a great job in keeping it concealed, so it’s still hard to know what to predict we’ll see at the event tomorrow. Now, an interesting twist is that this year’s event is about more than the Galaxy Note III, since we also know that Samsung will use the event to tell us more about their Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Make sure you join our live hangout to get our full opinion on everything that’s announced, the instant it happens. Make sure you have a look at our IFA 2013 predictions as well.

To not miss out on any details of everything that gets announced, simply circle back to this post tomorrow, as we’ll update it with our live stream. Just keep in mind that this will be a closed Hangout to allow us to provide you with all the details of everything that’s happening. Please share your questions or impressions in the comments as we go along and we’ll do our best to go through them during the show.

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