Watch Samsung Unpacked event for Galaxy S7 live stream

Samsung’s Unpacked event, where the company is anticipated to take the wraps off its much-awaited Galaxy S7 and Galay S7 edge flagship smartphones, is set to take place on Feb. 21.

Come Sunday, for the first time, Samsung will be streaming the event live in 360 degree view. That’s correct. The Unpacked event will be viewable from multiple angles for viewers all around the globe thanks to the 360 live streaming.

“Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2016 is just around the corner, and for the first time the event will be presented in 360 live streaming. Even if you cannot make it to Barcelona for the big event, you can still enjoy the excitement of being the first to see Samsung’s newest Galaxy devices-but this time with the added benefit of seeing them unveiled through this groundbreaking and immersive platform,” says the company.
The event will be recorded from four angles, which means that viewers can check out the event in the following modes: stage left, stage right, center stage or from the auditorium.
Here’s a look at how you can watch the event on PC, your mobile device or Gear VR this Sunday. Remember to ensure a stable Internet connection is at hand before you begin streaming!
How To Watch On PC
 Watching the event is pretty easy for PC users.
•Simply go to the Galaxy Unpackedpage on Samsung’s site at the start of the event.
•Next, select any of the four viewing angles and you’re good to go!
How To Watch On Mobile
•If you have and Android device (Android KitKat 4.4 or higher), head to the Google Play Store. Those with an iOS device (iOS 6 or higher) need to head to the Apple App Store. Search for the Unpacked 360 View free app.
•Download the app, then install it.
•Once the event begins, launch the app on your Android or iOS device and select any of the viewing angles.
How To Watch With Gear VR/
•Open the Oculus Store on your compatible smartphone and look for the Unpacked 360 View app.
•Download the app and install it.
•Launch the app by deploying the Gear VR headset.
•Once the event starts, select any of the viewing angles.
Remember that the event will start in Barcelona, Spain, at 7 p.m. CET on Feb. 21, which is 10 a.m. PST for those in the U.S.