AH Weekly Poll: Which Manufacturer Has You Most Excited For IFA?

With IFA coming up next week in Berlin, there should be some exciting stuff to see at the event from a number of different OEMs. While nothing is official of course there have been rumors about what we might see at IFA from some of the top vendors. Asus for example has teased their announcements for the conference a couple of times on Facebook with videos, and they're thought to be announcing not only a new tablet and phone, but they've also teased the announcement of a the new ZenWatch 2 which of course, as you all know, runs Android Wear.

Sony has teased some products for IFA as well, and there is a chance that we might get to see their new flagship device, the Xperia Z5. It's rumored to be equipped with a new 23MP sensor instead of the usual 20.3MP sensor on a lot of their other devices, yet if the image leaks are to be believed it doesn't stray too far from the design of the most recent past models. Although Samsung typically shows off the Note series device at IFA, they have already officially announced the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ earlier this month so we won't be seeing a new flagship device from them at the show. They are rumored however, to be announcing the new Gear S2 smartwatch which appears to be coming with a round face. Samsung's Gear S2 may not be the only watch at the show this year though, as both Motorola and Huawei are rumored to be announcing their smartwatches at IFA as well with the new Moto 360 and the Huawei Watch, both running Android Wear. There should be plenty of manufacturers showing stuff off at IFA this year with some potentially really exciting announcements. The question is, which manufacturer has you the most excited for IFA?

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