Samsung Galaxy S7 announcement event is on February 21, watch the livestream video here

You know what's fun? Teasers. Teasers that get us excited. Teasers that get us excited about a great new piece of tech coming our way. You know, like the one that Samsung posted a few days ago on Twitter, confirming that The Next Galaxy is to be announced on February 21 in Barcelona, just in time for MWC 2016. 

While little else was given in terms of clues, we're pretty sure that the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S7 will be unveiled on stage, along with a curvier, larger sibling, the Galaxy S7 edge+, and who knows what else. And the good news is that anyone can be part of the show, at least virtually. Samsung confirmed that its next Unpacked event will be livestreamed. In other words, folks from all over the world will be able to tune in and witness the event as it happens. 

Samsung will be broadcasting the Samsung Galaxy S7 livestream on February 21 via its website, Until then, feel free to catch up on all the latest buzz by checking out our Samsung Galaxy S7 rumor review

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Galaxy S7
  • Display 5.1" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 5 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad-core, 2200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh(28h 3G talk time)



1. warrenellis93

Posts: 557; Member since: Jul 21, 2011

did you really tell people to watch the live stream here 13 days in advance

2. j2001m

Posts: 3061; Member since: Apr 28, 2014

Yes, they did, it's a slow news today,, apart from the s7 as leaked on to the net for real

3. NexusX

Posts: 613; Member since: May 16, 2013

i understand why people buy iphones. apple devices simply have better hardware and software integration and there is no alternative to IOS if your entire digital collection is purchased through app store. but there is no shortage of cheap specced-out android phones. i don't understand why people are still interested in buying samsung phones when there are hundreds of android alternatives. when you buy a samsung phone, you are paying iphone price for an android phone that has 1. a marginally better screen/camera that most of us can't notice the difference. 2. an carrier-branded and locked device with limited bands support (either gsm or cdma) 3. laggy OS with bloatwares and slow updates

4. SenorThrottles

Posts: 284; Member since: Dec 23, 2015

I agree with the slow updates, but the S6 really isn't laggy. From my experience anyways

5. apakalo1

Posts: 67; Member since: Nov 19, 2015

@Nexus, you Infact know nothing as far as tech is concern. I am not to argue with you though, cos I be realized most people that comment here are funboys rather than wanting to learn.

7. MrFreeman

Posts: 63; Member since: Jan 29, 2016

You seem to have a deluded mentality. iPhones have problems just as worse as Samsung's bloatware, go to an Apple Store and see how many complain about hardware issues on a daily basis. No phone is perfect and you have to live with it. Other Android options do exist, but Samsung is preferred for a reason. A flagship is no cheap device, it provides high-end hardware and TouchWiz is being optimised along the way, which is making Samsung a better choice for new and current Android users. I doubt you have even attempted to provide a decent reply. It's personal preference. Apple's software is neat, but a lot of Android users install custom roms to compensate and they work just as well, that's an alternative to iOS. Note 5's camera has shown success in certain areas against the 6S, so I'm not sure what the hell you're talking about. The difference from previous devices is noticeable FYI. Some people are satisfied with their current device, hence the need to upgrade for a camera isn't required. If you're serious about photography get a high-end digital camera or DSLR.

6. apakalo1

Posts: 67; Member since: Nov 19, 2015

Cos I ve realized ***

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