7 trends in mobile technologies after CES 2017

7 trendsóin mobile technologies after CES 2017

Virtual reality will stop associating us only with goggles and 360 vision. HTC has unveiled the Vive Tracker, a sensor thatóry can be placed on any object. Why? To further enhance our virtual experience. Now it will be possible to e.g. play tennis with a broomstick. All we have to do is attach this tracker to it. When we step into virtual mud, we can feel it too. We just need to buy Cerevo Taclim shoes. Thanks to devices such as Project Alloy or Lenovo Holographic headset virtual reality will gain new meaning and increasingly mówe will already be talking about mergerd or mixed reality.

2. The new life of smartwatches

Google próIt is trying to revive the smartwatch marketów, introducing Android Wear 2.0. Brands such as Fossil or Skagen appear at CES and remind us that the classics can still go hand in hand with new technologies. Samsung in turn reveals that the Gear S3 will already be LTE compatible.

3. The assistant will be everywhere

Huawei announced that the Mate 9 will móhead to accept commands directed to Alexa. That means we’ll be able to communicate with Alexa remotely. So the problem with the lights not being on at home will no longer be a problem. They’ll be able to turn them off when we’re away from home. Ba, we will be able to turn it off even without using our smartphone. All we have to do is drive a Ford. Yes, the brand’s vehicles will also be able to communicate with Alexa.

4. Android also in the car and… bike
The most popular operating system for mobile devices will be known not only from phonesów, tabletów or watchesów. The Android display will find itself wkrótce in Chrysler cars and LeEco smart bikes.

5. Artificial intelligence on your phone

Before we see the Samsung Galaxy S8 equipped with an assistant that uses artificial intelligence, we can check out what the Huawei Honor Magic offers. A smartphone using digital intelligence can e.g. automatically activate the flashlight function when it gets dark.

6. Augmented reality even more common

Asus has just unveiled the ZenFone AR phone, whichóry wspóWorks with Google Tango and Google Daydream spherical technology platforms. We can also immerse ourselves in augmented reality using special glassesów. To name a few, ODG’s R-9, któThe company has so far produced similar devices only for the military.

7. Snapdragon 835 expansion from Qualcomm

The Snapdragon 835 processor is expected to not only be super-fast, but also consume less power, support even faster charging and a better virtual reality experience. And we will find it not only in new phones, but also e.g. in the above described glasses brand ODG.

8. Everything will be smart

MóWhen we talk about smart things, we mean even more things. E.g. a camera-equipped hairbrushów from Withings, whoóra learns our preferences while combing.