Samsung’s (Bigger) Note Launch – Watch the Galaxy Note 8 Livestream Right Here!

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– Originally published on August 22

Samsung is all set to unveil its next big thing aka the Galaxy Note 8 today at 11am ET. This Wednesday brings us the power to “do bigger things,” as Samsung will have us believe. This is one of the most important launches by Samsung as the Galaxy Note 8 is essentially the first Note since 2015 since the last year’s Galaxy Note 7 had to be recalled by the company due to safety issues.

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Right now everyone is hoping that Samsung has done enough to avoid similar battery issues and even more to lure its disgruntled fans back in the wonderland of bigger, giant Notes.

Excited for the launch? How can you not be! If you are ready to see how the South Korean tech giant will try to appease us all with all the features (and freebies) this August 23, you can watch the event live right here through the video below.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 livestream

Samsung is going to unveil its Galaxy Note 8 at a special event in New York City. The event starts at:

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  • 8am PT | 11am ET | 4pm BST

You can livestream the Galaxy Note 8 launch event via a few different methods.

  1. Samsung website (According to Samsung, “the latest version of Chrome, Opera, or Firefox is required”)
  2. YouTube (For mobile – requires latest version of YouTube app)
  3. Unpacked 2017 App | iOS and Android

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to bring us the power to “do what we can’t.” While the company has created such a hype ahead of this event, it will be interesting to see if users start pre-ordering the upcoming Note once they open right after the unveiling (on August 24) or if they will wait first for the reviews to confirm there are indeed no “fire” problems.

Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to be priced at $1,000. However, if leaks are to be believed, it is expected that the company is throwing in a number of freebies, including a 256GB microSD card and a Samsung 360 camera. Interested to learn more about Note 8? Head over to our early roundup of all the specs, features, price, and availability details.

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