IFA 2015: Samsung To Launch Gear S2 Smartwatch And Galaxy O Series Phones On Sept 3

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    Last week, Samsung announced the much rumored Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ phablets at its Unpacked event in New York.

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    IFA 2015: Samsung To Launch Gear Smartwatch And Galaxy O Series Phones

    Now, the South Korean giant schedules a high-profile press conference on September 3rd during the IFA 2015, in Berlin. Every Year, Samsung announces its next-generation Note devices during the IFA press event in Berlin. But this year it took an interesting turn, as the Galaxy Note 5 has already been announced in ahead of IFA 2015.

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    Samsung teased the mysterious round smartwatch at the end of its Unpacked event, which took place last week. Well, Samsung might unveil its first rounded smartwatch dubbed Orbis, that have been rumored for quite a long time now.

    IFA 2015: Samsung To Launch Gear Smartwatch And Galaxy O Series Phones

    However, Android Headlines reports that the Samsung might announce couple of high-end Galaxy tablet, especially the Galaxy Tab S2 Duo. But, another report claims that Samsung is working on an all new Galaxy O lineup, which includes the Galaxy O5 and Galaxy O7 smartphones.

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    So far, there is no much information of what Samsung will announce in the upcoming IFA 2015 in Berlin.

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