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Here come the new Galaxies!
After too many months of waiting, tech aficionados can finally see the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus fully unveiled. Sure, the two phones are an open secret at this point, with all the leaks and reports from the past weeks. But there’s still room left for surprises.
When will the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus be unveiled?
Samsung will take the wraps of its new devices, including the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, today, March 29, at 11AM EDT.
The main event will be held at New York’s Lincoln Center, with a satellite event for Europe happening in London at the same time.
The media embargo will likely be lifted at 11AM EDT.
Times of the event around the world:
- San Francisco: 8AM
- Chicago: 10AM
- New York: 11AM
- Rio de Janeiro: 12PM
- London: 4PM
- Berlin: 5PM
- Moscow: 6PM
- New Delhi: 8:30PM
- Singapore: 11PM
- Tokyo: 12AM (March 30)
- Sydney 2AM (March 30)
Will there be a Galaxy S8 launch live stream?
Yes, Samsung will live stream the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 launch event and you can watch it right here. You will also be able to watch the live stream on Samsung’s website, Samsung’s Facebook page, or via the Unpacked 2017 mobile app for Android and iOS.
What will be announced?
Okay, so you’ve been living under a rock! No worries. Here’s the skinny:
- Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus officially announced: what you need to know
- Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus hands-on: Welcome to a new era
- Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6 comparison
- Samsung Galaxy S8 color comparison
- Samsung Gear 360 (2017) hands on: Shoot 360 in real 4K!
- Samsung Gear VR (2017) and motion controller hands-on
What content should you expect?
We’ll have a full Galaxy S8 and S8 rundown, a comprehensive hands-on, versus comparisons with the LG G6 and other top competitors, Feature Focus posts looking at Bixby and other key Galaxy S8 features, and much more. Stay tuned to Android Authority, our YouTube channel, and anywhere else you get your Android Authority content.