Samsung unveiled its premium smartphone Galaxy S8 on March 29, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. EST in an elite event at New York. The launch of Galaxy S8 is considered to be the most anticipated event of the year, as tech buffs are quite eager to know how the tech giant will bounce back after the recall of "Galaxy Note 7", Samsung's flagship model.

Hours before the launch of the product, details about one of the most crucial #samsung galaxy S8 feature, "the Bixby Digital Assistant" has been confirmed by the company, while many other details were leaked online by various sources. The launch of 'Galaxy S8+' is also expected to happen during the same event.

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How to watch the live streaming of Samsung Galaxy 8 launch?

The grand launching ceremony of the premium device was streamed live on the official website of Samsung. The official Facebook pages of Samsung Mobile Phones and Samsung Electronics will also be #live streaming the event. Internet users can also watch the live event by downloading the Unpack 2017 App which is now available on both iOS and Android platforms. The Application provides an option for 360-degree live streaming which will provide a real-time virtual experience for the viewers.

Features and specifications.

Even before the date of its launch, major specifications of "Samsung Galaxy S8" are pretty much known among tech buffs all around the world. Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature a screen of 5.8 inches, while its big brother S+'s screen will be that of six inches.

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The screens of both these devices will have a resolution of 2400x2960.

Both these smartphones are powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 SoC processor which will give them the capability to perform well, even while running infinite numbers of apps in the back end.

The premium smartphones will have 4GB RAM, while the devices which will reach the South Korean markets will possess 6GB RAM. Both these devices will run on Android 7.0 Nougat platforms and will have dual sim options.

Stay tuned for more news on the device.

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