Samsung Galaxy S4 Release Date: When And How To Watch Live Stream Online
After what seems like endless months of speculation, Samsung will finally put the kibosh on all those anonymously sourced Galaxy S4 rumors, when it officially reveals the smartphone in New York City's Radio City Music Hall at 7 PM EDT, and it's bound to be huge.
The Galaxy S4 event itself is invitation-only, but that's not going to stop Samsung from making sure everyone can see it. The party will be broadcast on the Jumbotron in Times Square, and we at iTech Post will be doing our best to stream the event to you over the Internet.
Our live stream will begin at 6:30 p.m. as two of our intrepid writers camp out in Times Square. Alongside the event itself, we will be airing interviews with folks as we attempt to find out what they think of the Galaxy S4, as well post our own impressions.
If that's not enough for you, Samsung will be streaming the event at Samsung Tomorrow, which you can access through this link. Samsung Mobile's official YouTube channel also will have the event. New Yorkers are lucky, too, since they can just head out to Times Square and join the action in person.
Of course, not everyone will be able to access a live stream of the event, and that's where live-blogging comes in. As we mentioned already, iTech Post will be live blogging the event at the link above, so even if you're not interested in the stream you can be there for our writers' impressions.
And are even more options: The Verge will be presenting a live blog starting at 7 p.m., while TechCrunch will toss out their opinions here. Meanwhile Engadget's own live blog will also be airing at 7 p.m., just in time for all the action.
In case you're outside the Eastern Time Zone, here's a quick refresher letting you know what time to tune in, courtesy of The Verge.
1:00PM - Hawaii
03:00PM - Alaska
04:00PM - Pacific
05:00PM - Mountain
06:00PM - Central
07:00PM - Eastern
08:00PM - São Paulo
11:00PM - London
12:00AM - Paris (March 15th)
03:00AM - Moscow (March 15th)
08:00AM - Tokyo (March 15th)
10:00AM - Sydney (March 15th)