The time has come, Samsung has just began their launch event for their flagship Galaxy S IV smartphone. The event is being held in NYC at Radio City Music Hall.
The event is starting off with a few issues though, with WiFi and LTE being slammed by the 50+ rows of guest and hundreds of journalist who are covering the event. The Verge said on their live blog:
Connectivity is falling apart as the venue fills with hundreds of people - AT&T and Verizon LTE are slammed, the Wi-Fi is dead, and the press here are starting to freak out.
Imagine three levels and 50 rows of super excited people from the general public, and then five rows of press freaking out and trying to tether MiFis and phones over USB in a desperate attempt to get connectivity. That's Radio City right now.
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