CES 2020 is just around the corner, with hundreds of thousands of people set to descend on the Las Vegas Convention Center for one of the biggest events in the consumer tech calendar. The show is always a priority for Samsung, with a host of new products expected in its flagship keynote. Here's all the details you need to know.
When is the Samsung CES 2020 press conference?
The conference takes place on Monday 6 January at 18:30 local time (PST).
If you're watching the UK, that means you'll have to stay up until 02:30 on Tuesday 7 January to watch live.
Where can I watch the Samsung CES 2020 press conference live stream?
The good news is you don't have to attend in person to enjoy the action. Samsung has confirmed that it will be broadcasting the keynote live for viewers around the world to watch in real time.
You can also expect a live stream of the event on YouTube, and we'll embed that video here as soon as it's available.
In the meantime, Samsung has an area of its site dedicated to CES, which should help whet your appetite ahead of the event.
What to expect from Samsung at CES 2020
Samsung typically shifts its attention away from smartphones at CES, and expect 2020 to be no different. In 2015, co-CEO B.K. Yoon declared that every product Samsung makes would be internet-connected within five years.
While that may not be entirely true, we are expecting Samsung to expand its lineup of smart appliances, including stunning 8K TVs and a smart fridge that can recognise food.
The company is set to use its CES keynote to 'showcase innovative ways to enrich people's lives through its interactive and intelligent technology in the Age of Experience'. This description makes it easy to look beyond phones, but we can't forget that they were among the first devices to offer a fully connected and personalised experience.
Samsung has already announced the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite. Don't expect any news on foldable phones this year though, with the Galaxy Fold finally released in September - only perhaps a hint at what's next.