Samsung Unpacked live stream, 2012 start time

It is time for Samsung Unpacked 2012 and the main highlights for this show are certainly surrounding the word Note, which means the Galaxy Note 2 and we should also see features from the Galaxy Note 10.1 on the new 5.5-inch smartphone. There are plenty of live blogs planned to cover this event, which is right before the main IFA 2012 event, but the best advice we can give to our readers is to watch the official live video streaming.

Samsung Unpacked 2012 live stream — you can watch the live video on this page, which will go live some time before the event starts. The Samsung Unpacked start time for the UK is 6PM, so this means 7PM for Central Europe Time Zone, and also 10AM for Pacific Time (PST). If you live in New York you can get the live stream at 1PM (EST).

We have included an image below that shows the worldwide starts times for Samsung Unpacked 2012, and this lists the main cities around the world, which should give you a start time for your location. We’re not sure if all these locations can watch the live video on Facebook, so if you have any problems hit the comments and we, or our readers will try to help out.

What do you want to see at Samsung Unpacked 2012? It is worth pointing out that you’ll see a number of videos on the live streaming page, and these are obviously just teasers before the feed goes live later today, so feel free to watch these to wet your appetite before the big event. The page to keep an eye on for all the latest news coming out of Unpacked is this one, although make sure you keep connected to one of our social channels for updates direct to your mobile or on whatever device you like to keep connected with.

It’s also worth remembering that IFA 2012 will be running right after the Samsung Unpacked keynote, so keep watching for more news on other products during the next few days. We should find out within a matter of hours now if the Galaxy Note 2 will have a curved screen, and if not it will be good to see a device that slightly increases the display size without including a bigger frame.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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