The annual International Consumer Electronics Show is going down this week as from 6th January to 9th January 2016 in Las Vegas.
Commonly referred to as CES, the forum brings together over 3,000 companies in an arena where they showcase their latest innovations and products. Just as the name suggests, the show mostly features latest electronic equipment from various firms. Since its inception in the year 1967, this trade show is characterized with the various participating tech companies unleashing new products and technologies. As such, in the 2016’s show, anticipations from consumers, especially the Android enthusiasts, are just at the peak.
Asus ZenFone 2 successor might be unveiled
Expectations are high that the much-rumored successor to the fantastic ZenFone 2, the Asus ZenFone 3, might be unleashed at the Las Vegas CES 2016. Asus proved itself to be among the manufacturers to beat following the tremendous success displayed by the Zenfone 2 which rocked the market. The Asus 2015’s flagship had amazing specs such as 4 GB RAM, 5.5-inch display, 13MP camera among many others. There are higher anticipations that ZenFone 3 will be released during the CES 2016 and that it will have higher specs than its predecessor and of excellent performance.
Samsung to stage its latest cam tech and maybe release Galaxy S7
In November last year, Samsung exposed details of its new camera technology – BRITECELL. This camera sensor technology is said to provide an enhanced low-light performance. Despite the tech currently not featuring in any flagship, the details given regarding it are quite promising given the South Korean Company’s previous success with its Exynos chipsets.
This forum might provide a stage for Samsung to showcase the BRITECELL technology. It is believed that the next smartphone from the giant electronics manufacturer will embrace the much-hyped BRITECELL tech. In addition to this, speculations have been doing rounds about the suggested Galaxy S7 and as such, its details might be revealed alongside this new cam tech. The anticipated Galaxy S7 is rumored to have a number of fantastic features that include 3D Touch display, BRITECELL tech-enhanced snapper, water resistance, expandable memory storage, enhanced speed among many other unsubstantiated features that just make the phone a killer.
Huawei expected with a bang!
Huawei is yet another company that made headlines with its 2015’s flagships. This Chinese Company released amazing devices that were embraced and appreciated such as the Google Nexus 6P, Mate S, and P8 among others. Still in the race to woo the great and demanding market, Huawei is expected to launch a number of devices during the year 2016 with the highly anticipated device being Huawei Mate 8. This phablet has been in recent talks with several informational leaks about it.
With the CES right here, there are higher chances that the phablet might be unleashed at this particular forum. Mate 8 boasts of an 8-core Hisilicon Kirin 950 chipset with a speed of 2.3 GHz which unnamed sources claim is super-efficient and powerful. There are also chances that P9 might be released during this trade show.
Consumers might also get to learn more about Huawei Honor brand and its penetration into the U.S. market. Honor 7’s adoption and sale typically proved successful as it had amazing features at a relatively lower price.
HTC at the 2016 show
With rumors doing rounds about the HTC One M10, there are chances that the company might launch the device at the 2016 CES. The rumored device is said to be having higher specs and offering better performance than the previous models.
With the growing demand of digital and smart wearables, there are a lot of expectations that various tech companies will showcase a variety of amazing smartwatches and other wearables.
These are just some of the anticipations from the Las Vegas Convention Centre as from 6th January to 9th January 2016. If you don’t get to see your expected device, there is also an upcoming Mobile World Congress in March, so don’t worry.
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