Here's how to watch Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event this week

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At 10 AM Eastern time on Wednesday, August 5, Samsung will show off its latest devices at its bi-yearly Galaxy Unpacked event. As with most technology events, Samsung streams its Galaxy Unpacked keynote online so those not in attendance can watch too. With the on-going coronavirus pandemic, live streaming has become even more important for companies wanting to show off their events.

Over the last few days, Samsung has revealed a trailer for the event. Before the trailer’s launch, the firm confirmed that it will announce five new devices, likely including the Galaxy Z Fold2 and the Galaxy Note20. Other hardware likely to be shown off includes the Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Buds Live, and the Galaxy Tab S7.

This year, the Galaxy Unpacked event will be streaming in several places. Samsung's website will host the stream at two locations accessible to the public; you can view the stream on the Samsung Global Newsroom or Samsung.com when the event begins. Additionally, the stream will also be available to watch on Facebook on the Samsung Newsroom and Samsung Global Facebook pages. By watching on Facebook, you should be able to see people's reactions as products are unveiled.

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