In an official press release, LG is inviting customers across the world to attend its virtual booth “Life’s Good from Home” in the upcoming IFA 2020 online.
Note that this is the first time in 96 years of history, that the IFA event will take place virtually. Moreover, LG’s IFA 2020 press conference will be held on September 3, 2020, in Messe Berlin at 11:00 CEST.
The press conference will also be live-streamed on the company’s official YouTube channel. The LG virtual booth will showcase all the company’s latest innovations.
LG ThinQ Home Solution is LG’s innovative response to the new normal that the world will be adapting to because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will also set to debut in the IFA 2020 virtual event.
LG virtual IFA 2020 booth will showcase the latest smart home technologies
Life’s Good from Home is the name of LG virtual booth at IFA 2020. All the products and latest innovations will be showcased by Dr. I.P. Park, CTO of LG Electronics.
Apparently, the booth will also show all the latest technology the Korean company is working to improve the user’s life and make it more efficient as well as rewarding.
LG’s IFA 2020 unveiling will be done by famous K-pop star Henry Lau. He will take the audience in a virtual tour of all the latest smart home innovations.
Besides, the tour will be joined by an interactive video of a family. This family will reside in a customizable LG home, which users can further customize based on their choices.
The LG virtual booth at IFA 2020 will also give the audience an interactive experience on how they are making the life of the users more easy and comfortable. For more information on this, you can head here.
Many technology events have been cancelled this year due to COVID-19
This is not the first time a major technology event has been either cancelled or is going to be held virtually this year. Notably, the CES 2020 has been cancelled this year and will take place in 2021, that too digitally.
Further Google I/O event, Apple’s WWDC 2020 also went virtual this year. Besides, several smartphones launch events, including the launch of OnePlus Nord, and Samsung’s Unpacked event also took place digitally over the live stream.
Due to COVID-19, IFA is forced to change. For the first time in the history of 96 years, the IFA event for 2020 will be held virtually.