Samsung is preparing to announce some new mobile devices this morning with many expecting them to be the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5.
While the announcement is only open to members of the media, those not in attendance can watch the event online as Samsung is providing a couple of avenues to watch the show. The first is watching directly from Samsung's website, which will begin its stream once the presentation starts at 11am EDT. The second method is for those who prefer to do their video watching on YouTube as Samsung's YouTube page is also expected to host the livestream.
According to previously-leaked information from the WSJ, the Galaxy Note 5 is likely to follow suite of the Galaxy S6 as it'll have a metal-and-glass design that will have an easier-to-use stylus and no removable battery or microSD card support. The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is a larger version of the S6 Edge that will offer a similar look to the Note 5, but it will have a curved display and is expected not to have a stylus.
With just under an hour to go before the start of the presentation, be sure to stay tuned to Shacknews as we'll be reporting what Samsung announces this morning.