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Samsung will live-stream its Galaxy Note 7 event on August 2

by Killian Bell | August 1, 2016August 1, 2016 4:23 am PST

Samsung has confirmed it will be live-streaming its Galaxy Note 7 event on Tuesday, August 2. The stream will allow fans to enjoy the whole keynote in real-time as it unfolds, and those with a virtual reality headset can even watch it in 360 degrees.

Samsung will hold three keynotes simultaneously in New York City, London, and Rio de Janeiro. They will kick off at 11 a.m. EST, and we’ll be covering everything right here on TechnoBuffalo. But if you want to watch the presser yourself, you can.

Samsung today confirmed there are three ways to tune into its live-stream. You can either visit in your browser on mobile or on PC, or you can check out the Samsung Mobile channel on YouTube.

If you have a Gear VR or another virtual reality headset, there’s also a 360-degree video stream that will be available through both of these channels.

Samsung has already confirmed that this is its Galaxy Note 7 event, so there are no doubts about what we’re going to see. Thanks to recent leaks, we already know what the new phablet is going to look like, and what kind of features and specifications it will be packing.


Killian Bell

Killian Bell is a 20-something technology journalist based in a tiny town in England. He has an obsession with that little company in Cupertino...