The event will be held from 1 to 6 September in Berlin, Germany. Some days before some press releases will be offered. Connected houses, smartphones, robots, wearables and much more.
Novelties in cell phones, wearables, smart houses and the advances in connectivity and internet of things. These are some of the themes that will be present at IFA, the largest technology fair in Europe. And it can also be considered the most shocking show on the continent, due to the call and expectation it generates each year.
The event, which has a mark very similar to the CES of Las Vegas, will take place from September 1 to 6 in Berlin, Germany. Although some presentations and advances for the press will be made a few days before the doors are officially opened.
What to expect from this mega technology show to be held in the German capital? Here, a detail with some answers. The rest of the mystery will unfold in a few days.
A few days after the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in New York, the South Korean stand will be the ideal space to try out this new equipment with “infinite screen” and a stylus with various tricks and luxury details.
The South Korean will give her press conference on August 30 at 6 PM CEST, that is 1 PM from Argentina.
LG is expected to release its V30, a phone that is rumored to have dual camera, telephoto and wide-angle for more accurate images.
LG will make its conference on August 31 at 9 AM CEST, ie 4 AM from Argentina.
In addition, it is said that the OLED screen would have a ratio of 18: 9 and would include some detail like a floating bar to have quick access to various functions.
Huawei usually announces new developments in mobile phones at IFA. It may launch some mid-range designs, although some more surprises are expected this year.
The presentation event is on September 2 at 2 PM CEST, ie 9 AM from Argentina.
As for Sony, although no details were leaked, it is expected to announce a new generation of Xperia XZ and XZ Premium, as well as some mid-range models.
The press conference of the company is on August 31 at 1 PM CEST, ie 8 AM from Argentina.
Motorola will launch the highly anticipated (and announced) X4, which would be the successor to the Moto X Pure Edition. The 5.2-inch handset would have an eight-core processor (2.2 GHz), 3GB or 4GB RAM and a 3000 mAh battery, depending on various leaks.
BlackBerry announced through a teaser that will be present in IFA 2017 and with news. Some experts infer from the video footage that the company would announce the global release of the completely black KEYOne version, which was introduced in India.