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Samsung Galaxy S21 launch event live blog — all the Unpacked news as it happens

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T-minus 1 hour. You can watch the stream in the YouTube video embedded below.

We’re an hour and a handful minutes away from Unpacked 2021. It’s likely to be the first of many this year. 

Wow! Prices for the Galaxy S21 have just been leaked a mere hour before the launch event. Flagged by another Twitter leaker, the prices look pretty compelling. 

How do you feel about the rumor that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will come with no charger in the box? Is this sensible or unfriendly to Samsung phone fans? Let us know. 

If the leaks do prove to be true, and we expect a lot of them to be, then the Galaxy S21 looks likely to replace the Galaxy S20 on our best phones list. But we’d need to give the upcoming phone a proper test to know that. 

It’s a good way off and far from official but a leak has hinted that the iPhone 13 could come with a powerful new A-series chipset that could keep the Galaxy S21 at bay. 

If you want a one-stop-shop for all the rumors of far then we have you covered with our Samsung Galaxy S21 hub. We’re expecting a lot of what’s in there to become official news in a few hours. 

Here’s our take on the new massive Samsung Galaxy S21 leak – give it a read to get an insight into what more to expect from today’s S21 reveal. 

What are you most excited about for the Galaxy S21? Will you be looking to upgrade? And would you go for the standard S21 or the S21 Ultra? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @tomsguide. 

And there’s yet another last-minute leak! This one is from Evan Blass and it gives away a lot of Galaxy S21 info, especially around the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s cameras; sometimes we’d just wish the leakers would leave something to be a surprise!

Of course, even at the 11th hour, there’s going to be a Galaxy S21 leak. The latest has shown off official images from Samsung marketing materials. We’re not sure if there’s going to be any surprises left for Unpacked 2021 now. 

So today is the big day. At 7 a.m. PT/10 a.m. ET/ 3 p.m. GMT, Samsung will take to the stage – albeit virtually – to give us a look at its next flagship phone. After a busy week of CES 2021 tech news, we expect this to be a slick presentation focussed on phones. 

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