When it comes to CES, there are a few things that will always be true: the TVs will get bigger and thinner, the robots will be weirder, and companies will find even more creative methods cram Google Assistant and Alexa into every object you own.
Mashable will once again be on the field unveiling the best( and the weirdest) the demo has to offer. But besides jaw-dropping TVs and an endless buffet of WTF smart home contraptions, we’re hoping to see a few cases new trends develop this year.
Resilient screens that don’t suck
Last year at Ce, we saw time one foldable telephone: Royole’s FlexPai. But while the Chinese enterprises had the separation of being the first to show off a consumer-ready smartphone with a flexible expose, it had some major issues . In the year since, we’ve seen foldable telephones from Samsung, Huawei, and Motorola. And, given all the excitement these devices had generated, it seems all but inescapable we’ll see even more firms experimenting with flexible showing engineering. Read more …
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