The CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the largest annual electronics fair in the world, starts this Tuesday, 6th, in Las Vegas (USA). In the 2015 edition of the event, several new features such as gadgets, smart devices and smartphones and tablets promise to draw attention.
Among the most anticipated keynotes is that of Samsung, which should present the new model S of the Galaxy family, expected as “Galaxy S6”. In addition to the normal version, rumors suggest that the smartphone can win a version with curved screen on one of the edges, just like the Galaxy Edge.
Another interesting novelty is the arrival of Kodak in the segment of smartphones and tablets. The company will announce, together with Bullit, not only a connected camera, but also two models of smartphones and a tablet. According to the companies, devices based on the Android system will still have management features and other imaging tools.
Also in the smartphone segment, Asus will officially launch its new generation of ZenFone, which will be equipped with Intel processors. Sony, LG, HTC and Xiaomi are yet to present the new versions of Xperia Z3, LG G Flex, HTC One and Mi 4, respectively.
Connected cars should also gain space at the fair. Mercedes-Benz and Ford will have keynotes with their respective CEOs, while other companies and automakers are expected to demonstrate technologies that promise to facilitate driving. One of them is the BMW autonomous parking system, controlled by the smartphone.
The same goes for the wearables, which arrive not only with smart watches or virtual reality glasses, but gadgets that can be integrated into the user’s daily life.
Finally, the TVS of major brands will receive significant space at CES this year. While LG presents its new system for smart TVs, the WebOs 2.0, Samsung must demonstrate its first models with Tizen, its own operating system. Technologies such as OLED and Quantum Dot complete the launches, the latter being a novelty that promises an improvement in color that supports increasing the resolution of the screens.