Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event 11 August Official featured

Watch the foldable Samsung Unpacked event live here

The day is finally here. Samsung is officially hosting its Unpacked event today to unveil (unfold?) The highly anticipated Galaxy Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Watch 4. Much like the latest Samsung Unpacked events, this one is also digital-only. But, thanks to the fact that the event is virtual, Samsung will broadcast it live for everyone to enjoy.

Excited by what Samsung is going to reveal today? Here's everything you need to know about how you can log into the event and what to expect from it:

When will the Galaxy Unpacked event start?

The live broadcast of the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. EST (7 a.m. PT / 00:20 p.m. IST). You can watch the event live via the Youtube link embedded above or on Samsung Newsroom and Samsung is also broadcasting the event live on various social media platforms including Facebook, Reddit, Twitch, Amazon Live, TikTok and Twitter.

What to expect at the Samsung event?

Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 at the Unpacked event. If the leaks are to be believed, Samsung is all in with this year's Galaxy Fold. The foldable phone would have a camera under the screen and a waterproof IP rating. On the other hand, the Galaxy Z Flip is said to contain the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 sensor and start at a more affordable price.

In addition to the flips and folds, Samsung is expected to announce its new Galaxy Watch 4 at the Unpacked event later today. The smartwatch would have a battery life of 7 days, but the highlight of the new Watch 4 would be the new Wear OS co-developed by Google and Samsung.

If you are planning to reserve the new smartphones, be sure to act quickly as today is the last day to reserve a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 or a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3. Follow our guide on how to reserve a Fold 3 and save some money.

Stay tuned to Pocketnow for our coverage of every major announcement made during the Galaxy Unpacked event, some shots and in-depth reviews coming soon to the Pocketnow YouTube channel.

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