Over the last couple of months we’ve seen a huge amount of leaks and rumors about Samsung’s upcoming flagship device circulating on the internet – maybe even more than about any other phone before. Now, the much-awaited annual conference hosted by Samsung, the Unpacked event, is finally happening. Let’s take a look at what to expect and when you can watch the event live.
What do we expect to see during the event?
As you probably know by now, the South Korean company is expected to unveil today three 4G versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10: the standard Galaxy S10, a smaller and more affordable Galaxy S10E and a larger and more expensive Galaxy S10 Plus, as well as a 5G model.
We might also hear something about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, the new Samsung Buds, and the exciting foldable smartphone Galaxy X that we are all so curious about.
When can you watch the event?
The Unpacked event takes place today, at 11 am PT in San Francisco and you can watch it online when it goes live. The time when you can watch it depends on where you live, so we’ll share with you the hours of the event based on different regions around the world.
New York: 2 pm
San Francisco: 11 am
London: 7 pm
Berlin: 8 pm
Moscow: 10 pm
New Delhi: 12:30 am (February 21st)
Beijing: 3 am (February 21st)
Tokyo: 4 am (February 21st)
Melbourne: 6 am (February 21st)
You will be able to watch the event live on Samsung’s official website.
We cannot wait to see what the event will bring, and all rumors and leaks will be finally put to an end. We’re definitely expecting to hear everything there is to know about Samsung’s 10th anniversary smartphone lineup. We’ll come back with more news after we learn more during the event.
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