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IFA 2016 Day 2 Highlights: Sony Xperia XZ, Huawei Nova & Panasonic OLED

It’s the end of another action packed day at IFA 2016 so it’s time for Tom Honeyands and the team to look back at the some of the highlights from day 2.

Mobile Editor, Max Parker, caught up with Huawei in the morning with a lesson on how to make his selfies look more beautiful with the Nova and Nova Plus. He also got hands-on with Sony’s latest phones, the Xperia XZ and the Xperia X Compact.

Ced Yuen, our Home Technology Editor, was treated to a personal tour around Panasonic’s IFA offering and was impressed with what he saw, including a prototype for a transparent TV — yes, no mistake, a see-through screen — and another exciting prototype for an OLED 4K screen.

He also got to see Sony’s Signature Series of headphones and a very expensive Walkman.

Rounding up the day’s activity was Wearables guru Richard Easton with his take on the TomTom Curfer which allows users to check on their driving behaviour.

Related: Samsung Gear S3 Preview

That’s all from Berlin on Day 2 of IFA 2016 but we’ll be back with another daily round-up tomorrow. Make sure you follow us on @trustedreviews for all the updates from the show and look out for our live sneak-peeks on Facebook Live.

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