Samsung will roll out its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8 today. The event called Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017 will take place in New York on Wednesday.
Samsung will roll out its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8 today. The event called Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017 will take place in New York on Wednesday. In India, the viewers will be able to catch the live streaming and update of the event from 8:30 PM. The live streaming will be done on the official website of Samsung. It will also be streamed on the Samsung India’s Hindi version website. Historically, the company may also show it on the official Samsung Mobile Youtube channel. The Galaxy Note 8 is a highly anticipated smartphone. For a long time rumours and leaks related to the device have been surfacing but today all will be put to rest. Samsung has already confirmed that the Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled at the event, as its press invite showed a silhouette of the device. As per the initial reaction, the phone resembles a lot to its predecessor Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.
Meanwhile, some leaks hint that Note 8 will be much bigger than Galaxy S8 Plus. It suggests that Note 8 will come with a screen as big as 6.3-inch. To recall, S8 Plus comes with 6.2-inch display, while the S8 features a 5.8-inch display. According to the rumours that keeps doing the round says that the Galaxy Note 8 might be available for preorders as soon as this week, reported The Verge. As for now, it is currently speculated that the flagship phone Galaxy Note 8 which will launch sometime within the next several weeks and could be priced over the $850 Galaxy S8 Plus.
Here are the link of websites which will live stream the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch event:
1. Samsung: http://www.samsung.com/global/galaxy/events/unpacked/
2. Samsung India: http://www.samsung.com/in/smartphones/galaxy-s8/
3. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SamsungMobile
The tech giant had already done a great job by finding new ways to use the S Pen. One of them includes allowing users to take notes on the display even when it’s off. Popularly known as ‘stylus’ the S Pen can now be used to digitally write and colour on the screen with more accuracy.