Galaxy Note 7 Live Blog!

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Today is Galaxy Note 7 day! That means a final unveiling of the phone with specs, imagery, confirmation on availability, and (hopefully) plenty of hands-on time for us to get you prepared for launch day.

As a reminder, everyone gets to watch this event along with us. Samsung is hosting it on YouTube and on their own site in both regular feeds and 360-degree feeds. If you have Cardboard or a Gear VR, feel free to take this all in via 360.

The event kicks off at 8AM Pacific (11AM Eastern). 

Below, we also have a live blog setup where we’ll be posting live commentary as the event unfolds, plus we’ll be sure to embed the YouTube feed once the URL goes live.

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