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[Update: YouTube link] Here’s where you can watch the Galaxy S8 launch livestream

Update: We have added Samsung’s official live YouTube video for the event below.

Original story: Samsung will unveil its flagship smartphones for 2017, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+, later today. The devices would be unveiled at the company’s press conference at the David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center in New York (11AM EDT) and at the Here East (2012 Olympic Press and Broadcast Centre) in London (4PM BST/ 5PM CET). If you want to watch the Galaxy S8 and S8+ launch livestream, there are quite a few places where you can watch it.

1. Watch via Samsung’s official websites

You can visit news.samsung.com or www.samsung.com/galaxy to tune into the livestream. The livestream will begin on March 29 at 11 a.m. (EDT).

2. Watch via Samsung’s official Facebook Pages

You can also catch the event live through Facebook by visiting facebook.com/SamsungMobile or facebook.com/SamsungElectronics when the event begins.

3. Watch via the UNPACKED 2017 mobile app

If you’re not on desktop during the event, you can watch it on your compatible Android or iOS smartphone by downloading and installing the UNPACKED 2017 app (compatible with Android and iOS)

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017

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pjm1891
pjm1891

The official complete spec sheet has leaked, wont let me post links though
BT 5.0

ijazali
ijazali

Can’t wait.

I am sure , youtube will be pooping once again with the release of S8 and S8 Plus Just like it did with the release of Note 7.

Shenoysiddhant
Shenoysiddhant

Would it be available on YouTube ?

pjm1891
pjm1891

Most likely it will be on Samsungs official YouTube channel.

n900mixalot
n900mixalot

Your links lead to other sammobile stories instead of to where they say thy are pointing. Are you trying to alter your story clicks?

ogsamsung
ogsamsung

Linking to the correct pages for me

Abhijeet M.
Abhijeet M.

That happens when you try to link text that is already an address to a web address, we’ve fixed it now.

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