Where to watch the Galaxy Note 8 launch online

Alex Kidman 23 August 2017 NEWS


You can watch the unveiling of Samsung's latest premium smartphone as it happens right here.

Invites to Samsung's latest Galaxy Unpacked event were rather hard to come by, unless you happened to be one of the very select media or telecommunications partners, but that doesn't have to stop you from watching the unveiling of Samsung's top-secret, as-yet-undisclosed handset. Well, OK, it's going to be the Galaxy Note 8, and thanks to plenty of leaks we've got a pretty good picture of what Samsung has to show off.

But not the complete picture. Thankfully, as it has done with previous launches, you can catch the unveiling via Samsung's live stream of the event, which will take place (relative to Australian time) at 1am on 24 August 2017. The video player above should kick into life around about then, letting you catch the whole show. As you might expect, we'll have all the details around the new handset, including specifications, announced launch details and extensive comparisons as soon as we possibly can.

Samsung will offer a live stream of the event through its own local web site, but it's also streaming via YouTube. You can watch the whole event via the embedded player above when it all kicks off at 1am.

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