Smartphones dominate IFA fair in Berlin

Smartphones dominate IFA fair in Berlin

The oldest of its kind and one of the biggest in the world, IFA, Berlin’s electronics consumer fair turned 90 this year
The oldest of its kind and one of the biggest in the world, IFA, Berlin’s electronics consumer fair turned 90 this year

smart.pngIts 250,000 visitors were spoiled for choice with exhibitors displaying all the latest in techie gadgets: from HD TVs to camcorders, tablet PCs and cameras, there were also new generation refrigerators, coffee machines and vacuum cleaners.

Stealing the limelight, however, were the smartphones.

Samsung, Apple’s biggest competitor, unveiled a number of new devices, including its premium high-end smartphone, the Galaxy Note 4.

Scheduled for release in October, it comes with a higher-definition screen, microphones that allow for cleaner recordings and the ability to snap group selfies with a 120-degree view.

“The Galaxy Note 4 has an extra-large screen, (which is great because you can run for example two applications at the same time. So you can, for example, copy pictures straight to the messages,” said Samsung’s Patrick Povel.

“Further we have the pen which is perfect for example for taking notes. You can convert the Note into a virtual reality glass. You can watch movies, you can go to different worlds, you can play games. Finally we have the Galaxy Edge, which has a curved display at the edge, where you can have separate information, you can have your favourite applications here and you can use this to additionally operate this product,” Povel added.

Sony’s Xperia Z2 may not have been around for long but the Japanese firm has already unveiled its new flagship Xperia Z3.
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