Samsung is planning to hold a major press event in New York City on March 29 to unveil its next flagship handset. But those not in attendance can still watch the show from afar.
The Korean conglomerate will offer a livestream of its Galaxy S8 event on its Galaxy web page starting at 11 a.m. ET on March 29. Samsung didn’t announce any limitations on which devices or browsers can be used to stream the event, so presumably the stream will work on most, if not all, new or updated browsers.
Samsung’s (SSNLF) Galaxy S8 will be the first major release from the company since last year’s Galaxy Note 7, a device that was hobbled by a battery defect that caused some units to overheat and catch fire. The handset was eventually discontinued and recalled, but not before Samsung suffered a major worldwide embarrassment it’s still trying to address.
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Given that, the Galaxy S8’s importance cannot be understated. And according to several reports, Samsung is pulling out all the stops to get it right.
The mounting rumors and leaks suggest the device will come with a curved screen that could exceed six inches in some units. Additionally, Samsung has reportedly decided to nix the physical home button on the device and instead opt for a virtual alternative. The Galaxy S8’s fingerprint sensor has reportedly been moved to the rear of the device next to its camera.
Internally, the Galaxy S8 is expected to be the first handset to run on the Qualcomm (QCOM) Snapdragon 835 processor, which should deliver outstanding power and performance across the operating system. The device could also come with an iris scanner and facial-detection features for security, and will support Samsung’s new virtual personal assistant Bixby, according to reports.
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Samsung hasn’t confirmed the Galaxy S8’s features, but has said that its March 29 “Unpacked” event will focus on the Galaxy S8. The page where Samsung plans to stream the event currently shows a Galaxy S8 teaser ad called “This is a phone.” It’ll be replaced by the livestream on the big day.