Watch Samsung's Gear S3 Event from IFA 2016 Live Here!

It's that time of year once again, as Summer starts to fade away into the Fall, and new products start to hit shelves. It's also that time of year when IFA opens its doors to journalists from all over the world for companies to showcase their new and upcoming products for the Golden Quarter and beyond. So far, we've seen the likes of ASUS announce the new ZenWatch 3, as well as Acer announce new smartphones, but now it's time for the big fish, Samsung to have their fun. For some time now, we've known that Samsung is to announce the follow-up to last year's Gear S2 smartwatch during IFA 2016, and Samsung haven't been exactly subtle about that fact.

Given that the Gear S2 was announced last year during IFA 2015, it's no surprise that Samsung is to announce the follow-up to it during this year's show. With a fully-circular display and some more sporty features being all but confirmed at this point, it'll be interesting to finally see just what Samsung have in store for their next generation of smartwatches. For those looking forward to new tablets that have been rumored lately, there is another Samsung event taking place tomorrow as well, where the firm could be looking to surprise us with something new, too. For now though, those looking forward to seeing what Samsung have up their sleeves for their new smartwatch, the Gear S3, as well as possibly other new wearables, can watch the live stream via YouTube down below.

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