Tomorrow morning, Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy Note 8 in New York: the successor of the notoriously flammable Note7. If you're planning to watch along from Australia, here's everything you need to know - including streaming options, start time and what you can expect the new phone to look like.
When does Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 event start?
The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 1am AEST on August 24. Hopefully, Samsung will keep the waffle to a minimum and we'll be ale to get to bed by 2:30am.
How To Watch Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 Launch Online
You will be able to watch the event live via Samsung's homepage. Alternatively, simply click on the video below to start the live stream.
What will the new phone look like?
If the product leaks are anything to go by, you can expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to be similar to the well-received Galaxy S8 - but with a significantly larger screen and new dual-lens camera (a first for a Samsung phone.)
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You can check out all the semi-confirmed rumours at the link below!
In the next few months, Apple and Samsung will once again go head-to-head with two new flagship smartphones. In the Cupertino corner, we have the iPhone 8. In the South Korean corner. the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Here's everything we think we know about both devices, based on the most credible and trustworthy leaks.