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Samsung UNPACKED 5 2014 Live Streaming Links – Galaxy S5 Launch Event at MWC14

Samsung Galaxy S5 — the next-generation of the Samsung Galaxy S series is expected to be announced later today at Samsung UNPACKED 5 2014 event. You can catch the live streaming video of the event! In just less than 9 hours, we will see the next Galaxy phone from Samsung and we finally have the live streaming links where Samsung will be showing the Galaxy S5 event live for the whole world to see as they unveil their next flagship device at the Mobile World Congress 2014. Live streaming links of the event are given below and this page will be updated with the video a little before the event starts!

All the live video streaming links, live blogs etc. are posted right after the jump. Samsung Galaxy S5 has been seen in a number of leaked pictures, software screenshots etc. and the rumoured specifications are: 5.25-inch display, an Exynos 6 octa-core CPU / quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU, 3GB RAM, 16 megapixels camera and Android 4.4.2 KitKat. There is a small chance Samsung might unveil other products as well, other than the new Galaxy S5 Android smartphone, but that is very unlikely. The Samsung Mobile UNPACKED 5 event will be live-streamed by Samsung on their official YouTube channel, at a number of partner websites and Facebook pages – plus, the event will be live-blogged live from Barcelona as well by several tech blogs.

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Watch Samsung Unpacked 5 Live Stream Online

Here is the YouTube video from where you can watch the Samsung Unpacked 5 live video stream:

Samsung Unpacked 5 Live Blogs

Apart from the live video stream, Samsung Unpacked 5 event will also be live-blogged by many bloggers present at the event. We would recommend watching the event live from the video stream above, but for those who want to read live blogs, can follow the links given below:

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Haris Nadeem

He lives on everything Android; has countless devices, apps and games to play with everyday. Currently serving as the Chief Editor at Team Android.

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