Samsung today took the wraps off two new devices at the IFA show in Berlin. The Galaxy Note II — the successor to its popular smartphone/tablet hybrid — will run the Jelly Bean version of Android and sport a stylus, just as the original did. And it trotted out the ATIV S, which is the first smartphone to run Windows Phone 8. The ATIV S supports HSPA+ but not LTE, which indicates its U.S. debut will be with T-Mobile, as CNET points out here. So while its silly name may present a bit of a marketing challenge — nobody will care that it’s VITA spelled backwards — it could give a big boost to the nation’s smallest tier-one carrier.