Samsung Galaxy S7 Unpacked launch today: How to watch in 360 degree view

Samsung Galaxy S7 launches today at 7 pm CET in Barcelona at the Unpacked Event. Here's how to view it live on your smartphone.

By: Tech Desk | Published:February 21, 2016 9:41 am
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Samsung Galaxy S7 launches today at 7 pm CET in Barcelona at the Unpacked Event. The event starts at 11.30 pm IST, and Samsung has introduced a special app to watch the launch event in a 360-degree VR-style view.

Samsung’s Unpacked 2016 website notes that interested users can watch the 360 live-streaming of the event from their smartphone, be it Android or iOS, and they will get four options from where to watch in the app: from the auditorium, stage left, stage right or from center stage.

So how can you watch the Galaxy S7 launch?

If you have an Android phone (KitKat 4.4 and higher) or iOS device (iOS 6.0 and higher), you need to download the Unpacked 360 View app from the Google Play Store or App Store. Once the app is installed, you can select one of four viewing angles.

Interested users can also watch the event on a PC by heading to the Samsung Unpacked website here.

If you have a Gear VR headset, then users can go to the Oculus Store and search for the Unpacked 360 View app. Once that is installed, they can watch the launch via the app on the headset.

Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge are expected to launch today, and according to the latest rumours, the two will be up for pre-orders soon after launch. Rumours have also claimed that the new S7 series will come with a 2K display along with Force Touch technology that has been seen in Apple’s iPhone 6s series.

Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to feature two different chipsets based on region: the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC and its own Exynos chipset, a huge 3,600mAh battery, microSD slots.

The new phones could be waterproof as well based on a teaser video that Samsung has put out.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S7 rumours: The 2016 flagship will come with a 3,600mAh battery

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