The second day of Europe's biggest tech show, IFA 2017, has finally wrapped up. This is the last day before the conference officially opens its show floors tomorrow, and there were plenty of device announcements to go around, from phones and headphones to smart appliances and TVs.
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LG launched its V30 phone, which features a 6-inch OLED display, two rear cameras and wireless charging. It's the most premium phone from LG (just a notch higher than its G6 flagship) and is gunning against Samsung and its phones, like the newest Note 8. From what we've seen from the V30 so far, it looks and works great.
Garmin announced three new wearables. The $200 Vivosport is an activity tracker, while the Vivoactive 3 and Vivomove HR are smartwatches for iOS and Android, and start out at about $300.
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Motorola's Moto X4 is another one of the company's affordable mid-range phone, sporting a 5.2-inch screen, two 12-megapixel cameras and a Snapdragon 630 processor. Meanwhile, its parent company Lenovo launched a hybrid device that can dock its Tab 4 tablet while also being a smart home speaker.
Razer's 17-inch Blade Pro is one of the slimmest big-screen gaming laptops you can buy, but it's also one of the most expensive. Now the company released as a new version of the system, with a more budget-friendly graphics card and screen and a lower price.
Jabra launched new in-ear stereo earbuds that doubles as a hands-free phone mic and attached to a collar you wear around your neck while your phone stays in your pocket. It works with Siri and Google Now.
September 1: Day 1
On Friday, we're expecting news from appliance company Haier and Nanoleaf, which makes whimsical LED light designs.