How and where to live-stream the Galaxy S10 launch event today

We have not written much about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 but we’re sure you have read so much about it already. By now probably know everything about what to expect considering the leaks that have been shared all over by tech websites around the world from as early as last year.

The phone is officially being launched today and you know we all can’t find our way to San Francisco to experience the launch. The Galaxy S10 will be unveiled 11am PT (2pm ET, 7pm GMT) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.

In Kenya, the local Samsung office sent us a media invite for the launch which will start at 8:30 pm.

Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E and a 5G version and you can catch the action through a live stream and here’s where you can do it:

You can tune in via Samsung’s Official Websites: Samsung Newsroom, or Samsung Mobile Press when the event begins.

You can also tune in on Facebook via Samsung Newsroom or Samsung Global’s Facebook page or on Twitter by visiting the Galaxy Unpacked’s Twitter page.

What to expect:

As earlier mentioned, we are expecting Samsung to unveil four Galaxy S10 models which include the S10e, then the popular S10 and S10+ and there’s the 5G version of the S10+ that is rumoured to have 4 cameras on the back.

We might also be getting The Foldable Galaxy smartphone. Little is being said about this device. We are also expecting the new Samsung Galaxy Buds and Samsung Galaxy Watch Active.

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