Watch Live: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Unpacked

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In the market for a new phone? Samsung is set to unveil its newest handset today: the Galaxy Note 7.

The company is hosting its latest Unpacked event in New York City, and will kick things off at 11 a.m. ET. Watch it live in the video below. PCMag's Sascha Segan is there, and will bring you hands-on impressions of whatever is announced right after the event.

As of last month, SamMobile suggested the new phone will have a 5.8-inch quad-HD display with a curved screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor, and USB-C. Qualcomm has not announced a processor called Snapdragon 823, although it revealed a Snapdragon 821, a slightly faster and more power-efficient version of the Snapdragon 820 used in Samsung's popular Galaxy S7 phone.

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