There are three options for users to watch the Samsung Unpacked event live, which includes coverage via a video stream that’s officially endorsed by Samsung. When it comes to carrier support for the expected Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone it seems that users won’t be disappointed, and the majority of networks in the UK have already confirmed they will stock the new handset. This includes EE, T-Mobile, Orange, Three and Vodafone.
This year looks a lot more positive for a Galaxy S4 US release date, which the event being held in New York paired with the latest rumors hint at the United States getting the Galaxy S4 either first or at the same time as those of you in the UK and Europe.
Samsung Unpacked event with live video coverage – our readers looking to see the Galaxy S4 unveiled live are in luck, and the best place to do this would be directly on YouTube with Samsung Mobile. On this channel you can currently see a few videos that tease the event today, which include two visuals that tell viewers to be “ready for the show” with a printed start time of 7pm EDT. This also works out at 11pm in the UK.
There’s live coverage on Facebook with an official live video stream for Samsung Unpacked 2013. This page can be found in this location on the official Samsung Mobile Facebook page, which currently has a video titled “Samsung UNPACKED 2013 Livestream” and this option can also be seen below our article on this page. The good thing about both Facebook and YouTube is the ability to join in the conversation that’s going on in the comments on both websites.
The live video stream shows a countdown until the event starts, which is currently at 2 hours and 56 minutes, so feel free to see that countdown below after clicking play.
Samsung Unpacked 2013 event start time by city – If video coverage of the Samsung Unpacked event is not what you want, then you might want to consider a live blog stream that we covered in our article from yesterday. The same article also includes start times for most cities around the world.
There will also be a number of live video streams on ustream.tv, which will reveal the Samsung Galaxy S4 when it is announced at the Samsung Unpacked event. It is worth noting these are most likely repackaged from the other video coverage, so we’d personally prefer to use the official YouTube and Facebook channels but have USTREAM as a backup thanks to the expected demand.
What do you expect to see at the Samsung Unpacked event today? Let’s hope Samsung deliver with the Galaxy S4.