Lenovo’s IFA Berlin teaser video has got us excited; Find out why

The video first displays the Lenovo Yoga Tablet highlighting its halo keyboard

    With many companies planning to their smartphones at the IFA Berlin 2017, it surely is going to be eventful. It will start on September 1 and continue till September 6.

    Lenovo’s IFA Berlin teaser video has got us excited; Find out why

    Lenovo has also posted a teaser video suggesting what should we expect from the company at the upcoming IFA. The 51-seconds long video includes a slew of products. However, most of them have been released already. The video first displays the Lenovo Yoga Tablet highlighting its halo keyboard. After that we see the Google Tango-enabled Phab 2 Pro. Then comes the Moto Z2 Play and the Moto Z2 Force.

    The Moto Z2 Play is shown with a Hasselblad camera mod, while the Moto Z2 Force is shown with the 360-degree camera mod. Other than that, Lenovo has planned some things for the gamers as well. The company will display its Y-series gaming laptop at the event.

    The video also allows us to take a glimpse at what seems to be a smart speaker. While Lenovo has already announced an Alexa-powered speaker at the CES, the one shown in the video sports a different design. It even features a display. Presumably, the new one is the Lenovo's version of the Amazon Echo.

    Now, let's come to the most anticipated device. Well, we are talking about the Star Wars AR headset that Lenovo has made in partnership with Disney. It was announced in the previous month, but most of its specs and features are still behind the curtain. Since Lenovo has already teased it in the video, we will get to know more about the device at IFA.

    Additionally, you can notice a pair of VR glasses in the video. The only disappointed thing is that the video doesn't show any new smartphones. So apparently, the company has decided to skip the smartphones to focus on its other range of products.

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