Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event kicks off on Wednesday at 4 p.m. Eastern at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., where the South Korean smartphone maker is believed to be unveiling its long-rumored Galaxy Note 10 smartphone. The company is offering plenty of ways to watch it from afar, and could have some surprises in store, including launch plans for the delayed Galaxy Fold foldable phone.
Like other Samsung Unpacked events, Samsung is offering livestreaming options that start at 4 p.m. ET.
Samsung said that the event will stream live on Samsung.com, along with Samsung's Newsroom page and Samsung's Mobile Press page.
If you'd prefer to watch the event on social media, the same stream will be available on both Facebook and Twitter. On Facebook, the Unpacked event will be streamed on the Samsung Newsroom and Samsung Global pages, when the event starts.
On Twitter, Samsung is livestreaming the event on its Galaxy Unpacked page.
Samsung is widely expected to announce the Galaxy Note 10 at the event, though despite several clues in its marketing, the company hasn’t provided any specific details of the smartphone. Still, that hasn't stopped a slew of reports from surfacing in recent months that all point to a sizable update to Samsung's Galaxy Note line.
According to reports, Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 will come in two models, called the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. The standard model will apparently have a 6.4-inch screen, but the Galaxy Note 10+ might ship with a 6.7-inch display.
Both models will likely run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and, like previous Galaxy Notes, come with Samsung's S Pen stylus. They might also be available in a 5G variant, so users can connect to the new ultra-fast wireless network, as it rolls out. Also look for better cameras and a slightly thinner frame, among other improvements.
We don't know yet how much the Galaxy Note 10 models will cost, but considering high-end smartphones today cost around $1,000, they probably won't be cheap. Samsung is expected to release the devices later this month.
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