COVID-19 pandemic is weakening in Europe, so the rigorous restrictions that helped suppress the infection are slowly being revoked, and life returned close to normal. Since the situation is getting better with each week, the representatives of IFA Congress announced that the event will be organized as a real-life event, not as some kind of on-line or virtual event as seen during the times of a lockdown. The organizers are still planning to make it a three-day event, starting from September 3, and endingon September 5, but with a tight limit on the number of attendees.
The reason why I’m mentioning this is that last year Nokia Mobile was present for the first time at this event, and they brought us the Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2, and some nice feature phones like 2720 Flip. While those are nice looking smartphones, many things should be improved, and we know that Nokia Mobile is working at least on one of the two, which means that IFA2020 could be an ideal event to launch Nokia 7.3 or Nokia 6.3.
Some sources are saying that there will be an event organized by Nokia Mobile at the end of the year, but that could change since the scientific community is still gathering data and learning the patterns of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that might shift the plans. Anyway, I’m glad that IFA2020 has a green light, which will be great news for all the smartphone enthusiasts and users.