How to watch Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2024

Galaxy Unpacked 2024 logo
Official logo for the July 2024 edition of Galaxy Unpacked (Image credit: Samsung)

The second Samsung Galaxy Unpacked of the year is taking place this week, specifically on July 10. 

It's there that we expect to see the reveal of the much-rumored and teased Galaxy Z Fold 6Galaxy Z Flip 6Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch Ultra, Galaxy Ring.

With the event taking place in Paris, where TechRadar will be in attendance, we could expect the odd surprise, such as new Galaxy Buds, and naturally plenty of talk about AI. 

So read on for how to watch Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2024 live and a brief roundup of what to expect.

How to watch Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2024 live

Samsung's next Galaxy Unpacked event is confirmed to take place on Wednesday, July 10. A livestream of the keynote will kick off at 6am PT / 9pm ET / 2pm GMT / 11pm AEDT.

If you want to watch the showcase live, then you can do so via Samsung’s YouTube channel and we've embedded a holding YouTube video below. And, if you register to watch the livestream on Samsung’s website, you'll be sent a £50 / AU$100 voucher to spend on a new Galaxy device.

Sadly, there’s currently no such offer in the US, but you can reserve $50 in credit towards a pre-order of one of Samsung's as-yet-unannounced devices. You'll also be entered into a $5,000 Samsung Credit sweepstake for doing so.

If you prefer to follow Galaxy Unpacked via social media, Samsung will also be sharing minute-by-minute posts from its Samsung Mobile account on X.

TechRadar will also be at the physical Unpacked showcase in Paris, where we'll be live-blogging our thoughts on whatever gets revealed. If you're a fan of short videos, be sure to keep an eye on the TechRadar TikTok account, too, as we’ll be sharing reaction videos in the immediate aftermath of Unpacked.

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What to expect at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2024

The Samsung Galaxy Ring sitting on a pale surface

The Samsung Galaxy Ring in prototype form (Image credit: Samsung)

In brief, we're expecting to see two new foldable phones unveiled at this month's Unpacked showcase, as well as new Galaxy watches, the Galaxy Ring and potentially some new Galaxy Buds.

As rumors go, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 are tipped to be iterative updates over their respective predecessors. Both models are expected to get the super fast Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, as well as the AI-powered photography features of the Galaxy S24 Ultra and some minor design changes. 

The Galaxy Z Fold 6, specifically, could get a slightly larger cover screen, while the Galaxy Z Flip 6 gets some small upgrades to the appearance its rear cameras.

Regarding the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra, we're expecting a new Exynos W1000 chipset for both models, more base storage for the Watch 7, and battery and display size increases for the Watch Ultra.

The Galaxy Ring could well be the star of this month's Unpacked event, what with Samsung having already teased the long-awaited health-tracking device at its Galaxy S24 launch event in January. Several features have already been leaked for the Galaxy Ring, including heart rate monitoring, stress tracking, period prediction and skin temperature reading, so we're excited to see the much-hyped wearable in action.

We're fairly certain that Samsung will also debut some earbuds at Galaxy Unpacked 2024, specifically the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. These new cans are expected to boast several upgrades over the previous model, including sound upgrades, smarter ANC, 'blade lights', and AirPods Pro-like stems.

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Axel Metz
Phones Editor

Axel is TechRadar's UK-based Phones Editor, reporting on everything from the latest Apple developments to newest AI breakthroughs as part of the site's Mobile Computing vertical. Having previously written for publications including Esquire and FourFourTwo, Axel is well-versed in the applications of technology beyond the desktop, and his coverage extends from general reporting and analysis to in-depth interviews and opinion.  Axel studied for a degree in English Literature at the University of Warwick before joining TechRadar in 2020, where he then earned an NCTJ qualification as part of the company’s inaugural digital training scheme.