The biggest electronic show in Europe, IFA 2017 will be held from 1st to 6th September.
What to expect from the biggest tech show? Well, for one we can expect the launch of new exciting electronic products from wireless speakers to new smartphones and tablets.
We will absolutely witness the biggest tech giants making some thrilling announcements from Samsung to Huawei, Sony, LG, Motorola, Philips and much more.
Samsung: Galaxy Note 8 would be revealed on August 23rd but it would be on display in the event. Another rumor is that a fitness smart watch would also be unveiled by Samsung on the occasion
Toshiba: Toshiba had a rough financial year but it might be coming with a bang in IFA 2017 with its new and innovative U77 range of 4K LCD televisions
Huawei: We are not sure if Huawei would release any new products on IFA 2017 but we hope that it will unveil Mate 10 at the event
Philips: Philips was working on Quantum Dot technology for its next model of 4K LCD TVs. An announcement, release or an update related to these new model TVs might be made in IFA 2017
Sony: Three phones might be revealed by Sony that are Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact, and Xperia X1. As Sony is not just a mobile company, we can expect any tech gears from the company from TVs to a tablet or maybe a new Walkman
Panasonic: Panasonic will surely display EZ952 its OLED TV that is now on sale. Along with it Panasonic might display a new player, like last year it revealed the DMP-UB700 Ultra HD Blu-ray Player
LG: It is confirmed news that LG would be unveiling its V30 Smartphone
Motorola: The rumor is that Motorola will launch Moto X4 at IFA 2017
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Here is what you can expect from electronic companies all around the world in the mega event of IFA 2017.
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