Carriers generally sell inventions just made by other corporations, but from time to time and as we have seen in the past, they do make their own produces. In fact, it seems that Verizon could be constituting something of their own, according to a report from Protocol who distinguished an FCC filing last week.
According to this filing, it seems that Verizon is developing its own Alexa-powered smart display. The design has the prototype appoint LVD1 and pieces an 8-inch 1280 x800 display, 4GB of RAM, and 16 GB of internal storage. It will support Bluetooth and WiFi, but since this is going to be made by Verizon, it doesn’t really come as a surprise that it would support 4G connectivity as well.
This is actually perfect if your home’s internet is a bit slow or down and you need an alternative way of connecting. Verizon has declined to comment on the existence of the design, but if the FCC filing is accurate, it shouldn’t be too long before it is launched. Exactly how much it will cost and what other peculiarities it might have also remains to be seen.
That tell me anything, smart-alecky exhibitions aren’t brand-new. We’ve seen some powered by Google Assistant and some powered by Alexa, like Amazon’s Echo Show series, so there’s genuinely nothing brand-new here and hopefully Verizon will price it affordably.
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