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Samsung will stream its Galaxy S6 launch event on YouTube, begins 12:30 ET on March 1st
The time is almost here, folks. Samsung will soon take the wraps off of their next Galaxy smartphone at MWC 2015 during the company’s Unpacked event. While the Galaxy S6 has leaked in pretty great detail this week, there’s likely still a lot that we don’t know about the handset. Judging from the rumors, though, the S6 may feature a metallic/glass chassis, minimal bloatware, and a Sony IMX240 camera sensor. There will even likely be a curved-screed variant, the Galaxy S6 Edge. Now, these are all just rumors so far, but they do seem pretty likely to take place. But, we won’t know for sure until the official unveiling of the handset.
With that said, Samsung has just revealed details as to where and when the Galaxy S6 live stream will take place. It will start at 12:30 ET on March 1st, and can be streamed directly on YouTube. Of course, Android Authority will be on the show floor, bringing you all the details you need to know about the newest Samsung flagship devices. Just yesterday, HTC announced similar plans to live stream the unveiling of the HTC One M9. Be sure to head to this page for more information on the HTC event.
Are you excited for what’s to come from Samsung? What are you looking forward to most?