How and when to watch the Galaxy Note 8 event live stream

The Galaxy Note 8 Livestream launch event kicks off today, August 23rd. Millions of people around the world can log in and see what's in store for Samsung. However, thanks to countless leaks and rumours, we already know exactly what to expect. Here's how and when to watch the Note 8 be announced.

The event is Samsung Unpacked, and the Galaxy Note 8 will take center stage. Of course, most can't travel to New York and see it live, so you'll have to watch it perform on the Livestream video below.

The event begins for those in the United States. Experience the excitement live on YouTube, as well as on Samsung's own website . You can expect a new Gear Fit 2 smartband, a few accessories, but most of the attention is on the Galaxy Note 8. Here are some last minute details for those interested.


Users will be able to log in and see the flagship phone unveiled and showcased on stage for the first time. Not to mention its bigger screen, new features, water resistance, and maybe even a release date. Although we hear so far, it could happen from September 9 to 15.

The video above is Samsung's official YouTube stream of the event. If not, check out some of the other alternatives below.

How to watch the Galaxy Note 8 live stream

We mentioned a few ways to watch the event above, but this year Samsung is actually offering four ways to watch the event. Including a 360 degree feed for the Gear VR. Again, it's August 23 at 8:00 a.m. PT.

These are the four easiest ways to see Samsung's new Note 8 announced live on stage.

Galaxy Note 8 Version Information

Once Samsung officially announces the new Note 8, potential buyers will want to know when they can get one. Especially all the Note 7 refugees who had to return the last Note. For all the information you will need, click here.

Countless leaks and rumors suggest a September 15 release date. However, other leakers believe that a date closer to September 6-9 is when Samsung will release it. Either way, pre-orders should start within a week of the announcement so you can reserve your very own Galaxy Note 8.

So what are we waiting for? Samsung's Note 8 is expected to come with a larger 6.3-inch Quad-HD Infinity display with curved edges. The Galaxy S8 gives us a good idea of ​​what they have in store for us. It will be a little bigger, have two cameras on the back and of course the S-Pen stylus. It will likely be Samsung's fastest, largest and most powerful flagship smartphone released to date.

Since the design is relatively similar to the Galaxy S8, most of the changes will come from improvements in the camera, software, and S-Pen. Leaks suggest a new vibration motor for an improved stylus experience, in addition to a built-in "Find my S-Pen" app. It will likely be Samsung's fastest, largest and most powerful flagship smartphone released to date.

For more information on the Galaxy Note 8 and whether or not you should buy one, check out our slideshow below.