There is an electronics conference taking place this week in Berlin and it’s one of the biggest ones in the world known as IFA. There is real buzz with the show this year, because CES was somewhat of a disappointment with no major reveals.
That will change in Berlin with companies like Samsung, Sony and LG expected to announce new devices that will hit store shelves in the coming months.
Samsung is expected to make the biggest splash of them all with them getting ready to unveil the successor to the Galaxy Note 2 and show off a new smart watch.
The smart watch is going to be a device from Samsung that you can pair with their popular Galaxy line of phones and probably with their tablets as well. This is another way that the Korean electronics giant is trying to find the next big thing that consumers would like to have.
There are already smart watches available that people use for exercises, but this device is going to have pre-loaded applications on it and it will also have more memory to add songs with the capability of taking pictures.
The release of such a device does seem like a risk for Samsung, but they have been churning out quality mobile devices for sometime and if it works out, they will look like geniuses.
The other device they plan to show is going to be the real crowd-pleaser. Samsung is the one that started this whole thing with mobile devices having huge screens. The Galaxy Note 3 is expected to have a 5.7-inch display, a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM while running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and also with improved battery life.
This phone will join the long list of Galaxy devices that continue to sell well for Samsung, and will probably break some sales records along the way.