How to Watch Galaxy S9 Event Live Stream

Here’s how and when to watch a live stream of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ event. After months of leaks and rumors, Samsung will officially announce its new phones today, February 25, in Spain. Anyone from all over the world can come in and see what’s new, what’s changed and how impressive the new phone will be. Here’s what you need to know to watch.

The event is known as Samsung Unpacked as it is every year. Samsung will dominate the annual Mobile World Congress expo in Spain as it announces two new phones. Of course, these are the 5.8-inch Galaxy S9 and 6.2-inch Galaxy S9+. Similar to last year, but improved, two devices are getting ready to receive the iPhone X.

The event begins today for those in the United States. That’s 6 MP of local time in Spain. It will be streamed live on YouTube and Samsung’s own website. We are only waiting for phones and some accessories. Click the link below to set it up or read on for a few more details.

You can tune in and watch the Galaxy S9 announcement from the video above. This is the official Samsung Mobile YouTube channel and the best place to watch it. Then stay tuned to Moyens I/O for everything you need to know about the release date, pricing, colors, and more.

So far, we’re hearing that the Galaxy S9 will be available for immediate pre-order starting March 1st. The official release date will likely be around March 12-16.

How to Watch Galaxy S9 Event Live Stream

The easiest way would be to watch directly. Although getting there right now has nothing more than a teaser image. The YouTube stream is placed above and below for potential fans who want to watch. Anyone with an internet connection can watch live.

Go to the Samsung website link above or watch the stream below.

Again, the livestream officially starts today at 9am PT and should last at least an hour if not longer.

Galaxy S9 Version Information

Just like 2017, Samsung will announce two powerful new smartphones. These are evolutionary changes compared to last year, not revolutionary. So they’ll look almost identical to the current Galaxy S8 and larger Galaxy S8+.

However, there are a few very important changes that Samsung has made to both phones. Although we have a similar design and the same 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch screens, the camera and software are very different. Samsung is running the latest, most secure Android 8.0 Oreo update. Then we expect an update to Android 8.1 Oreo at some point down the road.

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The biggest change though is on the back of these phones. The larger Galaxy S9+ has dual cameras instead of a single camera. And these cameras have a variable aperture mode that instantly changes from f/1.5 to f/2.4. This is pretty technical for average users, but important. This means that the lens can be switched on and off and at different speeds, like the human eye, for the best possible photo in any situation.

Again, the release date and pre-orders are coming soon, and here’s what you need to know to get started. We’ll update the moment we know more.

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