The IFA 2012 event is all what we want it to be, but many of you must have missed some of the highlights. So, we have decided to take a look back at some of the major announcements.
Samsung was the first manufacturer to make some remarkable announcements, and you guessed it right, we are talking about the Galaxy Note 2. Quite predictably, the South Korean mobile manufacturer also uncovered the Galaxy Camera, which flaunts a remarkably hefty touch screen on the rear shielded by the Cornings Gorilla Glass 2.
The Asian giant also unveiled the first Windows Phone 8 smartphone, the Ativ S. It was accompanied by three slates with keyboard docks Ativ Smart PC, Ativ Smart PC Pro and the Ativ Tab.
Another Asian manufacturer to make some big official announcements was the Japanese mobile manufacturer, Sony. We got to see the new Xperia T, Xperia TX, Xperia J and Xperia V. Two tablets were also uncovered the Android-running Xperia Tablet S the Windows 8 running Vaio DUOS 11. Surprisingly, Sony also released its new mirror less camera, the NEX-5R.
LG offered users to see the Optimus L9, but we were disappointed to not see the quad-core Optimus G.
The Taiwanese mobile phone maker introduced a new member to its Desire lineup, the Desire X.
Acer also released three fresh ICS-powered Android handsets, the Gallant Duo, the Liquid Gallant, and the Cloud Mobile. In the tablet PC segment, the manufacturer showcased Iconia Tab A700 with Full HD panel.