Samsung will unveil the Samsung Galaxy S10 on February 20, 2019, from an event space in San Francisco filled with members of the press and mobile industry reps. However, at the same time on the other side of the country, the company will host a live stream event that will be open to the general public.
This New York City event will allow guests of all ages to be one of the first groups of people to experience the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The Galaxy Unpacked Livestream event will happen at 1:00 PM ET at Samsung 837, the company’s dedicated public hub for its various technologies. At Samsung 837, you can try virtual reality, view technology-focused art installations, try out Samsung products, or watch a film on the center’s three-stories-high cinema screen.
To get into the event, it’s suggested you RSVP. To do so, click here (or the button at the bottom of the article) and hit the “RSVP” link at the top of the page. You’ll need to log in with a Samsung account to register.
Samsung does make it clear that not all who RSVP will make it in, and admission will be based on a first come, first served basis. As such, you should plan on getting to the event very early to nab your place in the queue.
OnePlus held a similar event in New York for the release of the OnePlus 6T. You can read about what that was like in our synopsis here, which should give you an idea of what this Samsung event will be like.