What Will be Exhibited at IFA 2017?

IFA 2017
IFA is one of the most popular tech events. Events held in Europe are just as popular as the CES that is usually held in Las Vegas every early year. In this event a variety of leading technology companies will showcase their latest products, ranging from mobile phones to TV.

IFA will officially start on September 1st until September 6th. These are some of the products that are expected to appear in the event.

For several years Samsung launched its latest Galaxy Note at IFA. However, the South Korean company now prefers to hold its own event a few days before IFA.

This means, new smartphones from LG and Sony have a greater chance to attract the attention of the visitors.

LG strategy to divulge the various features of the V30 before the smartphone was launched means you already know what features are there on the phone. One of them, the phone will be able to unlock with face recognition or sound.

In addition, the phone that has a thin bezel is expected to have a great camera feature. LG boasts that the V30 has the lowest aperture available on the phone.

Just like LG, there are also many rumors about Sony's new phone. Apparently, the Japanese company is ready to launch 2 new devices, namely Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact.

XZ1 is a flagship smartphone, while the Compact version offers slightly lower specifications. Both are also expected to come with a price that is not cheap, ie EUR599 and EUR499.

While Motorola is predicted to launch X4, which rumors about it has been circulating since last May. Leaked pictures have also been circulated, complete with specifications. This phone is mentioned will have a 5.2 inch screen with octa-core processor 2.2GHz, 3GB or 4GB RAM and 3000 mAh battery.

BlackBerry also announced that they will hold events in IFA. However considering they specifically mention KEYOne, it is unlikely that this event will launch a new smartphone. At IFA, BlackBerry will hold a global launch of the special edition of KEYOne previously only available in India. 

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