CES 2020 will be held to introduce new technologies in 2020
New Technology Products Will Be Introduced Early 2020 Through the CES 2020 Exhibition
Infortekno.com – Calendar technology will be opened with the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2020 in Las Vegas every year.
CES is one of the largest and busiest trade shows in the world, with thousands of things to do and see in a few days time, and all of them are spread in one of the most visited cities in the world.
Nearly 200,000 visitors from over 160 countries are expected to face the cold of Las Vegas in January 2020. More than 4,500 exhibitors will use 3 million square feet of exhibition space on the show floor as well as at various conferences taking place beside it. Hundreds of restaurants, hotel suites and dance halls will be converted into performance halls.
Including CES is not easy, but the Gadget 360 will get you there. Plus exclusive photos, videos and live shows of the biggest products to be launched. You can expect big trends to emerge after the event starts, because we can see what everyone is doing.
The 2020 edition of the CES exhibition officially began on January 7 and lasted for four days. January 5 and 6 are media days, with major press conferences to announce their strategies and showcase their main products for the first time, in front of the world press.
Companies that have confirmed that they will host press conferences include LG, Panasonic, Qualcomm, AMD, Intel, TCL, Sony, and OnePlus. Some names that you might be surprised to see at CES are Hyundai, Toyota, and the pioneer of meat substitute Impossible Foods.
The HDMI and UHD standard bodies will also host their own shows. Samsung has increased its press conference to a full keynote this year, and is expected to attract many people.
Here’s what we hope to see at CES 2020:
Smartphone at CES 2020
OnePlus has teased the “concept phone” called Concept One, which will no doubt be a big attraction. This marks the company’s CES debut, and considering the importance of CES, the OnePlus Concept One will definitely be an amazing device.
This phone can be bent or folded, or show some kind of completely new design. It’s also very possible to display 5G along with the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor.
Samsung, Sony, and others are likely to show off models aimed at the US market, and that means 5G will be a big keyword. Because the 5G network is airing all over the world, there will be demand for a new wave of devices.
In addition, many screens are flexible and can be folded, either in concept form or as the actual product being launched.
Apple is not exhibiting at CES, but the company’s Senior Director of Global Privacy, Jane Horvath, will speak at the CES round table session, marking the company’s official participation after more than 25 years.
TV and Home Electronics at CES 2020
CES and TV go hand in hand – this is where we see 4K, 3D, HDR, OLED, and many other important features launched for the first time.
LG rollable TVs from last year will be hard to match but we hope to see technology on mainstream TV that people can really buy. We will also see some 8K models, 100 inch plus screen sizes, and better styles.
Smart connectivity is very likely to be an important selling point, and many companies will promote their own AI ecosystem.
Besides TVs, refrigerators, ovens, and ordinary vacuum cleaners, we can see more IoT and devices that support voice assistants including home robots. Integration with Netflix, Spotify, Disney +, and many other US-centered services will also be important.
Smart home products supported by Google Assistant are on display at CES 2019
True wireless earphones are one of the hottest product categories in 2019 and many companies will definitely have their own concepts. High-class noise reduction headphones are also increasingly popular.
In addition, hundreds of high-end audiophile brands use CES for their personal performances and equipment exhibitions.
PC and Games at CES 2020
AMD is likely to launch the next generation of APU laptops, based on the Zen 2 architecture, to follow up on last year’s announcement. Intel may not have a new CPU, but we want an update on the 10nm production plan.
The company’s interest extends to big data, AI, the automotive sector, and more, so we can expect a lot of news. Qualcomm may have news about its Windows on Snapdragon initiative. Dell, Lenovo, HP, and MSI are among the laptop makers expected to attend.
LG has tempted the latest generation of ultra-lightweight Gram laptops for the launch of CES. Nvidia may focus less on PC games this year and more on AI products and workstations.
Cloud services including Google Stadia must be demonstrated and we can get a better idea of how the ecosystem is formed around it. Let’s hope to have a review or teaser from Sony and Microsoft about their next-gen consoles.
CES 2020 Trending
In addition to the usual gadgets and equipment, CES will host dozens of exhibitors related to special categories including health and fitness care, beauty, education, self-driving cars, VR and AR, smart sensors, e-commerce, and even government policy .
The exhibition has controversially removed adult toy manufacturers, has officially embraced this category and has committed to increasing diversity and representation for women and minorities.
The big overall trends surely include 5G, autonomous vehicles, privacy, health, AI, digital content, and smart cities.
A special mini exhibition called Unveiled was also held for several hours on January 5, which allowed small companies and beginners to get involved with the media and not get lost in the crowd.
Eureka Park, the startup area, is expected to accommodate 1,200 exhibitors from around the world. Stay connected with Gadget 360, because we will bring you all the latest news and videos from CES 2020, starting January 5. (*)