Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA) is the biggest tech trade show in Europe. IFA 2015 that was held this week wasn't an exception. However among the crowd of device-makers vying for the attention of gadget-heads and reporters, Samsung Company walked heads and shoulders high than the rest. Also, South Korean tech giant launched off; new mobile devices, new wearable’s, and a fleet of new connected devices in the Internet-of-Things category.
The Gear S2 version will support Samsung phones as well as android devices that runs Android 4.4 and above. Its OS is still Samsung's own Tizen. In addition to the 1.2-inch circular screen that has an AMOLED display, comes a 250mAh battery, IP68 certified water, dust proof and an NFC for Samsung Pay. There are three Specs: Gear S2 Classic, Gear S2 and the Gear S2 3G. The latter is equipped with a cellular radio.
Gear S2 sets outstanding features including the rotating bezel allowing users to choose from menu items in addition to the touchscreen. It also makes use of inductive charging. SmartThings’ latest hub that works with iOS and Android can now continue to work for 10 hours because of a built-in battery. It also brings along a beefier CPU and doesn’t require the cloud to function.
Customers will now have the power to control door locks and lights from their phones. It will be possible for users to unlock the gates for guests even if they are away. They may even be like a fly on the wall as activities go on at home. Besides, they will also access to video records and follow specific events such as activating motion sensors or detection of smoke or fire. These sensors may earn you an extra $30 to $55 on Amazon.
Finally, the launch of Galaxy View Tablet Teaser whose price remained confidential as it was unannounced carried the day. It was the benchmark and standards for its next project. A photo offered by Samsung tells us a lot about Galaxy View. This tablet is likely to be large in size, and it will ship on a kickstand.
Moreover, Samsung Company didn’t just stop it with the big announcements. There were many other products that were revealed at the Berlin tech show including Sleep Sense; it is a sleep tracker that turns off your TV, lowers lights, adjust the AC, and it senses that you’ve gone to bed. Also, there was WW8500 AddWash machine. This is a front-loading washing machine that allows you to add clothes even after loading begins. However, the above two products didn’t make it a big splash at IFA 2015 compared to the Gear S2.on the other hand AddWash machine seems to have garnered all the point.