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Here’s how to watch Samsung Developer Conference 2022 (SDC22) live

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Last updated: October 12th, 2022 at 18:26 UTC+02:00

Samsung Developer Conference 2022 is almost live, and below, you can find the official YouTube channel where the company will share its latest developments, no pun intended.

We expect the company to announce One UI 5.0 officially and hopefully reveal more about the update's availability. Samsung will also talk about SmartThings Find, SmartThings Energy Service, Telehealth in Samsung devices, Tizen everywhere, and more.

The company may also show some footage from its Hacker's Playground, where developers are invited to play games and win challenges. We'll have to wait a while longer (less than an hour as of this writing) before we get to see what Samsung has prepared for us this year, which should give you plenty of time to grab your snacks and prepare to join us through the live feed embedded below.

Are you excited about SDC22? What are your expectations from the 2022 conference? Leave a comment below.

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