Europe’s largest technology trade show will take place on September 1st through 6th

Samsung to launch next –gen Gear S SmartWatch at IFA 2017:Report

Europe’s largest technology trade show will take place on September 1st through 6th . According to rumor we might get not one but two new Samsung wearable – the Gear S4 and the fitness-focused Gear Fit 2 Pro


We know about Samsung Galaxy Note 8 of course Samsung when unveiling its Note 8, also confirmed that it would be a new Gear S smartwatch. It looks like this will be the Gear S4, also it seems that Samsung trying to beat the Apple Watch series 3 market.  As it is reported, the Apple Watch will be launched in September along with the upcoming new iPhone models.

For sure if a smartwatch can monitor health related things and provide the information then will have a strong market regardless of the brand-named. 


But Gear Fit 2 Pro fitness band, which was expected to arrive at the same time with the Galaxy Note 8 and was not mentioned but it is on list of the company’s launch.

Gear Fit 2 Pro is water resistance of up to 5 ATM. The Gear Fit 2 Pro will be able to track user’s swimming activities and present a summary.


FG2P with 1.5 inch curved display with 16M and powered by TizenOS and has resolution of 216x432 pixels.  This device comes with 512MB RAM along with 4GB storage. This device will be launched along with the Gear S SmartWatch at 2017 IFA event in Berlin Germany.  


This isn’t all, there are hundreds of exhibitors at IFA 2017 these are some that have given some hints what to expert from them but others we will find out after the fact.


 So Acer and Alienware/Dell may have some kind of gaming device, also maybe some gaming gear with AMD internals garner praise. Asua, Philips, Huawei, LG, and Sony each will bring their own announcement for the autumn showcase and set the mind wandering into the tech future that shortly after show ends we all will see the reality.






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