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Samsung Galaxy Unpacked October 2021 live stream: how to watch the launch

Watch Part 2 of Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2021 online

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2021 promotional art
(Image: © Samsung)

Samsung’s latest launch event is on the horizon, kicking off across the world at 10am EST / 7am PST / 3pm GMT today (October 20), and we've already got a Samsung Unpacked Part 2 live blog up and running.

Despite the name this is the company's third 2021 mobile event, and it's happening around two months after the brand’s big unveiling of the Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3, and nine months after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S21 range.

This time around, though, we’re less sure of what to expect, beyond an anticipated lineup of new Galaxy Z series colors and some special collaborations for its current and upcoming products, like a BTS-endorsed Flip 3 (which seems a formality at this point). 

Samsung has at least mentioned that it will be “opening up new experiences for self-expression through technology,” so we’re excited to see what gets unveiled on the day.

As such, you’re probably wanting to know how to watch the livestream. Well, it's pretty simple, as Samsung Unpacked events are always super easy to watch online.

How to watch Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Part 2 2021 

Samsung hosts its Unpacked livestreams on a range of video hosting websites – above, you can find a stream posted to its YouTube channel, but you can also tune in to the same stream on Samsung's website and newsroom blog.

To stay updated on everything set to be announced at the event, you can sign up for email alerts from Samsung or, better yet, stay tuned to TechRadar for all the latest happenings.

We’ll be sure to cover each official reveal, alongside posting our in-depth analysis and off-the-cuff thoughts on what does (and doesn’t) get a mention. 

Axel Metz

Axel is a London-based Staff Writer at TechRadar, reporting on everything from the latest Tesla models to newest movies as part of the site's daily news output. Having previously written for publications including Esquire and FourFourTwo, Axel is well-versed in the applications of technology beyond the desktop, and a degree in English Literature means he can occasionally be spotted slipping Hemingway quotes into stories about electric sports cars.