[Update] We now have a YouTube stream link, and as such we have embedded the live stream above.
[Orginal Story] It’s once again that time of year, it’s MWC and Samsung is set to hit the stage very soon to announce their next flagship smartphone.
Expected to be the Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung has already promised that they will be live streaming the whole event in 360-degree video, which would make it the first time the company has done so for one of its smartphone launches, in fact its the first time we have seen any company do 360-degree launches.
This was announced in the companies press release which stated:
“During Galaxy Unpacked you will get four options for where to watch – from the auditorium, stage left, stage right or from center stage.
“Pick whichever spot is right for you, then use the 360 live streaming to get a complete view of the event from every angle.”
We expect that the event will be live streamed on YouTube, however, we don’t yet have a stream, if we do we will be sure to embed it.
You can instead go to Samsung’s Unpacked page, where they have said they will also be streaming the event.
It is set to kick off at 6PM GMT.
And as usual, we will be letting you know about all of the announcements here on TechNutty.