The South Korean giant will unveil its smart watch Galaxy Gear and first phablet capable of recording 4K video as UHD . The technology event will be inaugurated in Berlin (Germany).

Samsung Electronics announced its first smartwatch and the third generation of the Galaxy Note in Berlin (Germany) on September 4, two days before the official opening of the consumer electronics fair IFA this year.This has been confirmed by Young-Hee Lee, vice president of the mobile division, in an exclusive interview told The Korea Times. According to their statements, the Galaxy Gear use a “screen is not flexible.” This completely rules out the rumors around a flexible display designed to suit the user’s wrist. The South Korean, who has been preparing the product for a long time, said that the “device will attempt to improve and enhance the current experience regarding smartphones in many ways.”


Thus, the technology giant expects to make a new trend. “We are confident that Gear will provide a significant boost to the mobile industry,” said Lee Young-Hee. For Samsung, this smartwatch is “a new concept of mobile”, and its release would involve the initial exploration of a potential market, instead of one led to widespread adoption, pointing from the specialized portal technology The Verge. But the Galaxy Gear will not be alone during the conference that prepares the technology firm, the third generation of the family Galaxy Note will also be unveiled and undoubtedly the new phablet will talk about.

Because of missing a few days for this hybrid tablet / smartphone makes its appearance in the expected fair, the Korea Economic Daily has half the features released accompany the terminal. According to the publication, the fairgoers IFA compared to the first phablet be able to record video as 4K UHD (200 million pixels), which is four times more than current image quality. Among other specifications revealed by said means, contained the following: 5.7 inch screen Super AMOLED , 3,840 × 2,160 pixel resolution and Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 800.

To remember

in interview with The Korea Times, Lee Young-Hee has made ​​clear that Samsung does not intend to acquire the company BlackBerry .