The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 live stream allows you to watch the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus announcement on your phone, tablet or laptop.
Samsung is in New York City to announce a new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, but don’t expect much else from the company at this very focused event.
Update: Added Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Live Stream on YouTube.
Arriving earlier than normal, signs point to fast Galaxy Note 5 pre-orders as Samsung works to beat the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to market. Be sure to check out what you need to know if you plan to trade in your old phone to buy a Galaxy Note 5.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 live stream is available on YouTube so you can watch on almost any device that connects to the Internet.
Samsung just shared the Galaxy Note 5 live stream link on YouTube, which you can watch below to see the Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus event. When the event is live you can watch a YouTube video below or go to Samsung using this link to watch the Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 event starts at 11 AM Eastern, 8 AM Pacific and is available online. The Galaxy Note 5 live stream will include the full event that will highlight these two phones, but no tablets or smart watch devices.
We expect to see a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with a huge 5.7-inch Quad HD display, 4GB RAM, blazing fast octo-core processor and a 16MP rear camera as well as a 5MP front-facing camera. Signs point to a large 3,000mAh battery and to three storage sizes.
Galaxy Note 5 Release Date Soon
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 launch date is confirmed for August 13th but the Galaxy Note 5 release date is still shrouded in mystery as we approach the device's highly anticipated launch.
As we noted over the weekend, we're expecting the Galaxy Note 5 release date to land a few days after the announcement for a few reasons which include the iPhone 6s release date.
You can count on a Galaxy Note 5 release date in August but you shouldn't expect every single region and every single carrier to get the Galaxy Note 5 on the first day.
Count on a widespread global Galaxy Note 5 release but know that these things take time. Not even Apple is able to get the iPhone out to everyone all at once. The supply chain has its limitations.
You can count on big markets like South Korea, Japan and the United States being among the first to get the device. And with Samsung (and its partners) clearly trying to get this phone out before the iPhone 6s, you can count on a ton of release dates taking place before September 9th.