People will always try to assure their comfort as much as possible by investing in technology. And as much as it had been evolved over the years, some people would say that there’s no room for any more achievements in this area. But they are so wrong, and the IFA tech show proves it again.
The 2019 edition of IFA took place in Berlin, and it was more about home appliances.
Latest Samsung’s fridges
Bespoke is the latest fridge line by Samsung. The outstanding feature is that you have control over the size, shape, color, and aesthetic design of such a fridge. Tired of kids sticking annoying color-bright magnets and bumper stickers on the fridge? Then you should consider buying yourself a Samsung Bespoke.
Latest chipsets by Huawei
Huawei can be proud of its portable chipset, the Kirin 9990, which will bring interesting improvements for most devices created by the Chinese company.
Sunrise Tech Expert Val Quinn says this chipset will improve some aspects regarding mobile devices the customers truly care about: “Your web speed, battery life, and even the nature of your photographs will all improve.”
Bosch’s Photo Finish Fridges
Not only Asians dominated IFA 2019, therefore it’s now time to speak about what the German company Bosch has to offer for the current year.
Jo Devery from Winning Appliances revealed to 7NEWS.com.a the following: “Beko has quite recently presented a new innovation called Harvest Fresh. Moreover, it has blue light technology. It implies that it keeps your items fresher for up to 50% longer. This is extremely topical thinking about all the dialog around wastage of food and limiting it.”
The IFA or Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (International radio exhibition Berlin, a.k.a. ‘Berlin Radio Show’) is one of the oldest industrial exhibitions in Germany, being opened in 1930. It has become an annual event, held in September. Today it’s one of the world’s leading trade shows for consumer electronics and home appliances.
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