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Watch Samsung’s CES Keynote That Features Exynos 5 Octa and Flexible Display Prototypes

Samsung Keynote

Many in the world were unable to directly attend Samsung’s keynote in CES, but thanks to the Internet, we can relive the event anytime we like. On Wednesday morning, Samsung took the stage and introduced us to the future of mobile devices – the Exynos 5 Octa processor and flexible display technology. 

In terms of innovation and forward thinking in the mobile industry, you have to give the award to Sammy. And when it comes to the company that might have us most excited in 2013, I think it’s safe to say that this is the easy choice.

For Exynos 5 Octa talk, skip to 12:34. For flexible display goodness, skip to 39:48.

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  • Shawn

    was that the galaxy s4 he pulled out when he was talking about the flexible display?!?!?!?!

  • faber

    guess we cut out the gun speech from clinton

    • faber

      though im glad to see the things clinton is doing

  • oboy

    Now all that we need is batteries that can handle this new stuff for more then 2 hours

  • Richard Yarrell

    One thing is for sure it’s pretty apparent that the future is very bright for Samsung and it’s future products. 2013 will be a year everyone will remember. It was a wonderful show can’t wait for the unpacked event coming up.

  • http://www.yepiclip.com/ yepi

    growing technology, the human mind is not limited to. thank for share

  • http://www.hypable.com/ Joshua Nealey

    Man was that terribly rehearsed or what lol. They need to hire spokesmen for these things, it’s just awful to watch.

    • michael arazan

      The dancers and the music reminded of the 80″s syntho music and the Running Man movie, I’d buy that for a dollar.

  • master94

    I didnt watch the whole thing, but why did no one from Google show up in the Samsung CES, I mean they invited MS, but everything ran Android. Wouldn’t it have been better for Google to show up instead.

  • box box

    Notice that they demo a flexible screen (which is cool) but there is not talk of a TOUCH SENSITIVE flexible display. That tells me that this DISPLAY might come out soon but may not be as robust as what is inferred. EInk technology has been flexible (and cheap) for a long time and yet we haven’t seen that flexibility applied in any real world tech -much less making a robust touch sensitive prototype. If flex screens come out soon I don’t think they will be on par with tablet interactivity for a while yet. IMO.

    • Cuz2333

      Look again and start at 45:00. It does show that the bended display can be touch sensitive.

  • joejoe5709

    I only had time for the flexible screen part. VERY COOL!

  • HuskerHog

    The flexible screen is really cool. So was having Bill Clinton on stage.

  • Cgmartin33

    Lmfao at the technology whore in the coffee shop…I’ll let her touch my shape shifting device ;)

  • Thomas

    Let’s just hope all that battery life talk comes true. The flexible display portion of the presentation was pretty freakin’ cool. At first I really could care less about the whole flexible display deal, but now I’m totally on board.

  • http://twitter.com/LoganLopez Logan Lopez

    More importantly, i think everyone is dying to know if they revealed their new Logo or not.

    • Thomas

      I’ve been asking that all week as well. It never happened.

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