How to Watch Samsung Unpacked Online (2021)

See what the company is announcing in August

Galaxy Unpacked Details

Date: August 11, 2021

Time: 10 am ET

Location: Virtual

Stream it:, YouTube

Before the big event, check out all the rumors about the next Samsung Unpacked, and watch for announcements via Lifewire news.

Samsung's had three events in 2021. The first was on January 14, with official announcements of the Galaxy S21 smartphone and Galaxy Buds Pro. The second event, March 17, centered on Galaxy A smartphones. On April 28, the company announced the gaming-focused Galaxy Book Odyssey and other laptops. 

How to Stream Samsung Unpacked Online

Samsung Unpacked will stream from Samsung's online newsroom, where you can also get updates about the event. It will also be available on Samsung's YouTube page and Facebook, and Twitter. The event is free, and you don't need a subscription to watch it. Search the hashtag #samsungunpacked to find the stream on social media.

You can stream Samsung Unpacked on your computer, smartphone, tablet, and smart TV using a browser or Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube apps.

Samsung Unpacked typically occurs early in the year (coinciding with Mobile World Congress when it's an in-person event) and almost always introduces a new Galaxy smartphone (and sometimes a Galaxy Note device). The company often announces other products like earbuds, tablets, and smartwatches. In recent years, Samsung has showcased foldable smartphones and is still perfecting the design.

What If the Official Stream Isn't Available?

If you're unable to stream the event from a web browser or social media, you can try to find an unofficial stream from a source like Ace Stream. These streams are less reliable and usually low-quality, but you can watch events like Samsung Unpacked straight from other viewers. To use this method, search the web for Samsung Unpacked content IDs or unofficial Samsung Unpacked live streams on the day of the event.

Stick to trusted sources for your Ace Stream content IDs and unofficial live streams when possible. Use these sorts of services at your own risk.

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