The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge launch event will be streamed live on YouTube. Allow avid fans and potential buyers to view the Galaxy S7 ad on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Here are the details.
Samsung will take the stage Sunday in Barcelona, Spain, ahead of Mobile World Congress to announce the new Galaxy S7 and larger Galaxy S7 Edge, and possibly some accessories and a new Gear VR camera to go with them.
Samsung’s annual “Unpacked” event starts at 7:00 pm CET (Spain time), which is 10:00 am Pacific and 1:00 pm CET. Users will be able to tune in and see the flagship phone unveiled and showcased on stage, learn about its features and possibly even the release date.
The live stream of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge launch is available on YouTube so you can watch it on almost any device that connects to the Internet.
Samsung just shared the Unpacked 2016 live stream link on YouTube, which you can check out below to see the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge event. When the event is live, you can watch a YouTube video below, or head over to Samsung using this link to see the full schedule.
All indications point to a launch earlier than any other Galaxy S launch in recent years. Just like the Galaxy Note 5 was announced and then released two weeks later in August, the Galaxy S7 will be revealed today, February 21, and released in 2-3 weeks.
Leaks and rumors have suggested an international launch on March 3-4, with carriers in the United States expected to launch the phone around March 11. As the live stream unfolds today, updates will follow us with additional details, pre-order information, pricing, accessories, release date, and more.
We expect Samsung to introduce a Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge with a very similar overall look, feel and design to last year. That said, the phones will have more curves with rounded edges on the back, a slimmer profile with a sleeker design, and a smaller camera, in addition to other minor changes. . This year, the Galaxy S7 Edge will be larger than the regular Galaxy S7, not the same size, and will reportedly have a 5.5-inch Quad-HD display and curves on both sides of the screen.
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Buyers should see a new and improved 12-megapixel camera, larger battery options for longer use, faster charging, a pressure-sensitive display similar to Apple’s 3D Touch, possibly a Iris (Eye) or a retina scanner for additional security in addition to the fingerprint reader, and a bunch of accessories. Watch the Galaxy S7 live stream event above for all the details, keep an eye on Moyens I/O for more details, and check out our slideshow below for exciting Galaxy S7 details.