For the past couple of years, we have been receiving high-quality wearables from Samsung, which means that we are eagerly waiting for what it has to release. Samsung is bringing the Gear S4 (or Galaxy Watch) to IFA 2018.
Yonhap News, a Korean publication, posted a report which claims that the annual IFA show from later this year is going to host Samsung’s wearable launch. Samsung will not miss it from August 31st to 5th of September. As well as the past Gear smartwatches, the Korean company also used IFA to launch its Note lineup.
According to previous data, Samsung will surely bring the Gear S4 to this event. Even though rumors are always spreading, the report confirms the release of a Gear S3 successor. “Galaxy Watch” has been on the lips of many for the past few weeks, and GalaxyClub confirms that the Korean Intellectual Property Office accepted this name.
So, if the Galaxy Watch will be launched at IFA 2018 and we will find everything about it, there is no need to listen to the rumors.
More about the Galaxy Gear S4 or Galaxy Watch
The design of the smartwatch will be simple, and it will include the name in the company’s traditional font following the Samsung’s typical logo.
Samsung will not be the only one releasing a watch because LG is approaching it step by step. The company is going to bring some new hardware to IFA, more specifically two new wearables as the report claims. The devices mentioned are both going to run on top of Google’s Wear OS platform.
Of course, rumors lovers, there was a little information shared about one of the devices, but it is not something significantly important.
It is generally thought that it is acceptable to assume that LG and Samsung could not find a better opportunity to present their devices aside from IFA. Such devices will be sincerely appreciated by the public, and they do not fail to confirm that technology never stops to improve and it evolves faster than we think.
Because LG and Samsung can take advantage of such an opportunity, why Google would not enhance us with what it has in plan for the Wear OS hardware. Perhaps, it wants to develop a prototype first in order to suit our expectations.
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