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Here’s where you can watch Samsung’s MWC event live

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Last updated: February 26th, 2017 at 19:54 UTC+02:00

In a little over two hours, Samsung will take the stage at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, not to launch a phone as it usually does but to unveil the new Galaxy Tab S3, the Galaxy Book, and a new Gear VR with a controller. That’s not to say there won’t be anything about a phone, as Samsung will tell us exactly when it will take the wraps off the Galaxy S8.

As usual, Samsung will be streaming its event live for everyone to see, and you can view the event on Samsung’s official website and on YouTube. Things kick off at 7 PM CET (10 AM PT). The event should also be made available on YouTube at some point, but right now Samsung is only offering a view on its website. We will be bringing you live updates from the event and a slew of coverage later today and over the coming days, so make sure to keep it right here at SamMobile (and our Twitter channel) for all the scoop about everything the Korean giant is about to launch.

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