CES 2020 has come and gone and a lot of potentially groundbreaking announcements have been made. For those who are unaware, CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is the world’s largest international tech show. Hosted in Las Vegas, the show brings in most major companies from around the world and can lead people to see a snapshot of what’s to come in the future.
The Samsung Galaxy BloomAlthough Samsung did not officially announce the Galaxy Bloom in CES, leaked snapshots of a private meeting shows the Galaxy Bloom as a clamshell foldable phone.
http://www.ajunews.comThe full announcement of the phone is expected to hosted on February 11th.
The LG Rollable TV Tired of terrible quality projectors, LG has a solution. A TV that can roll into a small box. Yes, you read it right, it’s a rollable TV. The TV uses LG’s ThinQ OLED panel and comes integrated with Alexa and Google Home support. This TV however, does not come cheap. With the price tag of $50,000 only businesses and the wealthiest would be able to afford one.
Uber and Hyundai’s flying taxis
http://www.techradar.comOut of everything in CES 2020, Uber’s flying taxis may be the craziest thing to be announced. The taxis are said to bring passengers to a range of up to 60 miles at a top speed of 180 miles per hour. This program is set to launch in 2023 in a select few cities including Las Vegas and Dallas.
These are a few of the top takeaways from CES 2020. However, there are plenty of other cool announcements to come out of the event.