Samsung executive has confirmed that company's first wearable device called 'Galaxy Gear' is launching on September 4th with no flexible display. Smartwatch is coming 2 days ahead of IFA but Samsung Galaxy Note III is confirmed to be debuted at IFA 2013 trade show.
Samsung's much awaited smartwatch called 'Galaxy Gear' is now confirmed officially to launch on 4th September, ahead of IFA trade show while Galaxy Note III tablet will be debuted at IFA. It was widely predicted earlier that Samsung can launch its new smartwatch and tablet during IFA 2013 trade show. But the company is launching its smartwatch 2 days ahead of consumer electronics fair that will begin in Berlin, Germany on 6th September. Yet Note III will be launched at IFA.
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Samsung's ‘Unpacked 2013 Episode 2′ is going to be revealed in early September. Yet we have now some leaked images of the long rumored Galaxy Note III phablet in courtesy of Sonny Dickson. Gallery images shown above are claimed to be hands-on photos of the device.
Executive VP of Samsung Mobile, Lee Young-hee, told The Korea Times in an interview on Monday that her compnay 'will be introducing a new wearable concept device called Galaxy Gear at our own event in Berlin on Sept. 4.' She also confirmed that 'a Galaxy Note3 will make its international debut at IFA.'
She also told that Samsung's first wearable device, Galaxy Gear, will not have a flexible display. In fact, it will enhance user's smartphone experience in many different ways. But she does not give any details about the new phablet.
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Interesting thing about the Galaxy Gear launch date is that it is the same on which Sony wants to launch its all new ‘Honami’ smartphone. The devices that are announced till now to be launched during 2013 IFA consumer electronics trade show (6-11 September 2013) include Samsung Galaxy Note III, Sony Xperia Z1 or Honami, Sony Honami Mini, Sony Lens G, LG G2, LG G Pad 8.3, HTC One Max and Asus’ new PadFone is also expected.