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    Watch Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED 2019 event on February 20


    Watch Galaxy UNPACKED 2019 Video on Demand:



    Thereís just a day to go until Galaxy UNPACKED 2019!

    The event takes place on February 20 in San Francisco and will introduce the world to the newest additions to the Galaxy family, revealing an exciting future for the smartphone as Samsung celebrates 10 years of leadership in mobile innovation.

    If you canít make it to the event in person, donít worry! You can still watch the action unfold live from the comfort of your own home at 11 a.m. PST via any of the links detailed below.

    Tune in via Samsungís Official Websites

    Visit Samsung Newsroom, Samsung.com or Samsung Mobile Press when the event begins.

    Tune in on Facebook

    Visit Samsung Newsroom or Samsung Globalís Facebook page when the event begins.

    Tune in on Twitter

    Visit Galaxy Unpackedís Twitter page when the event begins.

    Donít forget to follow all the latest news about the Galaxy lineup on the Samsung Newsroom Galaxy page.


    Source: https://news.samsung.com/global/here...-unpacked-2019

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    Hi there

    I assume one of the things that will be shown is the Samsung S5E tablet -- from the "preview whisper stats" the spec for this looks quite interesting -- I don't think android tablets are dead yet by any manner of means -- I hate watching a movie etc on a small mobile phone screen but a 10.2 inch tablet screen is fine and for surfing, emailing, Netflix etc then it saves lugging a full blown laptop (and cheaper too replace if lost or stolen at airport etc).

    Cheers
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    11 PST sounds like it will be far too late for me :/
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    $2k for the Galaxy fold - I think I'll give it a miss.
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    z3r010 said: View Post
    $2k for the Galaxy fold - I think I'll give it a miss.

    What a bargain.
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    Introducing the #GalaxyS10. The next generation Galaxy has arrived.

    Learn more: Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 S10+ - The Official Samsung Galaxy Site

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    Vault-like security that only you can unlock. #GalaxyS10 #SamsungEvent

    Learn more: Design | Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 S10+ - The Official Samsung Galaxy Site

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