The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is set to be unveiled at a special event this afternoon, which will be live streamed so you can tune in from anywhere. Here’s how to watch the Note 9 launch.
Samsung Unpacked Time: When does the Note 9 launch start?
The Galaxy Note 9 launch event is taking place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York City. It’s scheduled to kick off at 11am local time, which is 4pm BST.
Samsung’s Unpacked live streams usually start a little earlier than scheduled, so if you’ve got nothing on this afternoon, you can… soak up the atmosphere and hunt for clues in the decor by logging on just ahead of time.
Samsung Unpacked Live Stream: Watch the Note 9 launch online
The Note range is incredibly important to Samsung and, as such, the company is pulling out all the stops for the Note 9 launch.
You’ll be able to tune in on Twitter, the Samsung website, and even YouTube. Samsung says you can watch the event in 360 degrees too, for an “even more immersive” experience.
Here are some handy links to help you out:
It isn’t clear how long the launch event will last, but these things tend to take at least an hour.
There’s also suggestions that the Samsung Galaxy Watch will be unveiled at today’s event, which could extend matters.
Samsung Unpacked: The Note 9
The Note 9 is expected to be an iterative upgrade on its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and it’s expected to cost between £850 and £950 when it’s released in the UK, almost certainly at the end of August.
Camera and battery improvements are likely to be the Note 9’s headline features, though we’re also expecting performance enhancements, small design tweaks, and a bunch of juicy extras, including a new S Pen, Fortnite for Android and Bixby 2.0.
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