Monday, March 27, 2017

How to Watch the Galaxy S8 Event Livestream

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The Samsung Galaxy S8 event will be live-streaming on Wednesday for everyone around the globe to tune-in and see what’s new. And thanks to countless leaks and rumors we already have a pretty good idea of what to expect. For those interested in watching the announcement of the Galaxy S8 and a bigger 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus, read on for more details.

Samsung will take the stage on Wednesday, March 29th in NYC to unveil their latest and greatest smartphone. The event is called Samsung Unpacked, and the Galaxy S8 will take center stage. Most likely we’ll also see a new Gear VR 2 with a motion controller, talk of battery safety, and some accessories.

Read: Galaxy S8 Release Date Breakdown

The event kicks off on March 29th at 11:00 AM ET, or 8:00 AM PT for those in the United States. It will be streaming live on YouTube, as well as Samsung’s own website. We’re not expecting any other products to be revealed at this time. It will be all about the Galaxy S8. Below are more details, a teaser video, and we’ll add the livestream once it starts.

Users will be able to tune in and see the flagship phone be unveiled and shown off on stage for the first time. Not to mention hear about its features, water-resistance, and possibly even a release date. As of right now that’s the only piece of the puzzle missing, although multiple reports suggest April 21st or April 28th.

Which means once the company announces their new phone, we have almost another entire month of waiting before it’s available to buy around the globe.

How to Watch the Galaxy S8 Event Livestream

According to the official announcement from Samsung, the event and launch will be available to watch on We’re expecting it to be streaming via YouTube, and below will be the video when the time comes. In the past all events were available to watch on YouTube. Meaning anyone with an internet connection can see it live.

Head to the Samsung website link above, or click here to watch on YouTube/SamsungMobileUSA.

Again, once the livestream officially begins Wednesday at 11:00 AM ET, we’ll update and embed the video in the placeholder above.

Galaxy S8 Release Info

We’re expecting two new smartphones to be announced this year, similar to what we saw in 2016. Both will feature bigger screens than ever before, and both will have curved edges. For even more details check out this list of 30 Galaxy S8 features that recently leaked.

The company will debut a new 5.8-inch Galaxy S8, and a bigger 6.2-inch Galaxy S8+. Using an all-new 2960 x 2400 screen resolution and a unique 18:9 aspect ratio. Meaning the phones will be taller and thinner than ever before.

This is the Samsung Galaxy S8

Both will have a powerful processor, double the storage with 64GB built-in, and be water-resistant. Furthermore users can expect Android 7 Nougat on board, a new and improved 12 Dual Pixel camera, USB Type-C, wireless charging, Samsung Pay, an Iris Eye scanner, and dual stereo speakers. This could be the best Galaxy phone released to date.

Again, the release date is currently one of the only mysteries around this phone. The highly accurate leakster @evleaks reports it will be released around the globe starting April 28th, for $849 USD. Once we know more we’ll update with all the details. In the meantime, check out slideshow below detailing eight features you’ll surely love.

8 Reasons You’ll Love the Galaxy S8

Big Beautiful Screens

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Big Beautiful Screens

In case you’ve missed all the leaks, rumors and videos floating around, Samsung has big plans for 2017. Big in the form of screens, but not physically huge devices. 

Samsung has changed their plan completely. Both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have curved displays, like the Galaxy S7 Edge. One is 5.8-inches and the other is 6.2-inches. Sounds massive right? Don’t worry though, because they are only slightly bigger than previous Samsung devices. 

The company was able to fit beautiful 2560 x 1440 (or similar) Quad-HD S-AMOLED screens into these phones, make the bezels tiny, and remove the fingerprint scanner. The result is almost all screen on the front, and it looks amazing. The corners are rounded too, which isn’t just for looks. It makes the screen physically stronger if dropped, and is pleasing to the eyes as well. You’ll get used to it. 

From everything we’ve seen these devices are longer than most and a little skinnier, which is how they’re fitting such big screens in a small space. If you don’t like huge phones, these will be just fine. Well, as long as you can handle something the size of a Galaxy S7 Edge or Galaxy Note 7. 

Samsung always has the best screens in a smartphone, and that trend will continue with the Galaxy S8. If not leapfrog the competition once again, and put them on a pretty high level. You’ll love the big beautiful screens on Samsung’s new phones. 

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