With the Galaxy S4-shaped cat out of the proverbial bag, the only thing left is for Samsung to officially “unpack” the device in front of a crowd of press and special guests tonight at Radio City Music Hall. You can be there, too, in the form of this very live stream, provided by Samsung via their YouTube page. Everything kicks off at 7PM EDT. After checking out the announcement, be sure to stick around Phandroid for our coverage direct from the event!
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