Electronic gadgets have been serving their purpose of making communication and work easier since a very long time. Every year we get to see a new line of smartphones and upgraded software updates from the tech world. Nowadays, with unlimited access to technology, smartphones are not the only gadget people are investing in.
There are accessories for your phones which help streamline the process of communication along with other added advantages. Smartwatches have had a major influence in the world of technology along with the introduction of Smart TVs. With these gadgets, without moving a muscle, your phone can get connected to your TV and watch and every function of all these gadgets is available on your fingertips.
At the Galaxy Unpacked event in March, tech giant Samsung released its much-awaited S20 series of phones. The S20, the S20+ and S20 Ultra have been released in the market and with major updates to the software, camera and the processor of the phone. The phones were released on 6 March and will be available in 3 variants. The phone will be having a whopping 108MP quad-camera system along with Snapdragon 865 processor and offers up to 16GB RAM.
The Oppo Reno 3 and the Reno 3 Pro had been announced in December itself, however, has been globally released on 2 March. The Oppo Reno features a powerful 44MP Dual Punch Hole Camera and a 64 MP Zoom Quad cam. Coming to performance, the Reno leaves no stone turned with the Octa-Core MediaTek Helio processor. The phone will be 5G compliant and will come with a RAM of 8GB.
The Realme 6 and the Realme 6 Pro is all set to be launched on 31 March 2020 after the company announced the phones on 5 March. The phone boasts of a quad-camera along with a punch-hole selfie camera. The base version of the Realme 6 will have a RAM of 4GB and internal memory storage of 64GB. The phone also comes with a powerful 4,300 mAh battery which has a fast charge option. On the other hand, the Realme 6 Pro will come with a 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal space.
Among the best smartwatches of 2020 was the Apple Watch Series 5 which was released in 2019 easily takes away the prize. With adequate updates from its predecessor, the Watch Series 4, the Series 5 has brought in some of the best features of its variant to India. With features like the ECG app and noise control app, the Apple watch offers everything people need and want at the same time. The Series 5 watch comes with a whole new set of watch faces as well.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch has been among the top smart wearables which are manufactured by the tech giant. Among all the smartwatches the company has manufactured, the Gear S3 Frontier has been best smartwatch in its category. The watch comes with a hoard of apps by Samsung and other third-party apps as well for communication, fitness, music and much more. The watch comes in one colour and has a variety of watch faces to go along with it.
Fitbit has been a frontrunner in the smart wearables industry since the industry became among the biggest in the world of technology. However, with the Versa, Fitbit has grown with leaps and bounds. This smartwatch runs on the classic Fitbit operating system and offers some of the best features of a watch under the price range. The watch comes with loads of exercises and workouts to choose from and it also comes with Fitbit Pay for online payments.
The Mi TV 4X Pro has been one of the leading smart TVs in the country since its launch. With a premium build and top-class features, this TV makes it in the list of the top Smart TVs also because of its value for money. This television features an HDR10 display along with support for dual-band WiFi. The screen to body ratio of 91.43% makes it flawless when it comes to TV viewing. The Mi TV 4X Pro is powered by a 64-bit Quad-core processor by Amlogic along with a 2GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The set comes with 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI ports for an easy connection with any kind of device.
Easily among the most premium smart TVs in the world today, the 55Q1 by OnePlus has been a TV with extensive features along with it being certified by Google. The television comes with a sound output of 50W and is 55-inches with a QLED display. The 55Q1 boasts of an ultra-HD display and has a whopping 8-speaker sound system. The TV runs on a stock Android operating system just like the mobile phones manufactured by the tech giant. This TV has gained immense popularity by providing features which are found in high-end television sets with great value for money.
The Sony Bravia, as most of us know is a high-end television set manufactured by tech conglomerate, Sony. This TV features a Trillumious 4K Ultra-HD display along with other features such as X-reality pro and Clear audio plus which enriches the buyers’ viewing and listening experience. The TV comes in a screen size of 55 inches and features a built-in Chromecast support. Running on an Android operating system, apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video are preinstalled and also comes with a short-cut on the remote. Even though, the TV is on the higher range on the price meter, the features and the quality of the television set makes it worth it.
The S5 Pro by Infinix is among the top gadgets which were released in March in 2020. The phone will be featuring a powerful 48MP camera and a 16MP pop-up front camera. This phone will be powered by the latest Android 10 and will have a screen size of 6.5-inch. The S5 Pro will have a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage memory and is powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 chipset.
After the P30 made waves in the smartphone industry, Huawei will be releasing the P40 later in March. The P40 will also showcase Huawei’s continued partnership with photography giant, Leica for their camera. The primary camera of 48MP will be added with a 52MP secondary sensor along with a periscope lens and a Time-of-Flight sensor as well. The P40 will be featuring a 6.5-inch full OLED screen with a whopping 98% screen to body ratio and a mammoth battery of 5500 mAh.
The mobile phone display market is expected to be close to a $200 billion market by the year 2027. The expected CAGR is 6.1% between 2019 and 2027. With heavily advancements in technology in the mobile phone industry, with OLED displays becoming the new common, the smartphone industry has come a long way to being attractive, user friendly and in Ultra HD. In the world, Asia Pacific has been leading in terms of not only production but also the consumption of the displays in mobile phones. Along with this, the report also consists of the value-chain analysis for each product segment.
The key information about the mobile phone displays market study includes:
This study makes use of a unique approach to deal with various problems in the market such as the dynamic climate of the market, flow of cash, margins of profit, reduction of cost and financing. By solving these problems, businesses can achieve new goals. The study also takes into consideration various factors which eventually leads to better strategies for business.
16 April 2020
With the novel pandemic Coronavirus affecting countries all over the world, the technology industry like others has been hit majorly. With mobile stores, flagship stores, third-party vendors shutting shops and lockdowns persisting in almost every country, product launches, software conferences and much more has been indefinitely delayed.
For example, tech giant Apple has shut its stores all over the world to prevent the spread of the virus. Usually the company launches its range of new smartphones during its conference in Autumn. However, most people are still skeptical as to when normal life will resume. In the United Kingdom, the government has mentioned that it might take 3-6 months before normal life resumes and this includes the reopening of shops for non-essential products.
For the year 2020, Apple had planned to launch its new iPhone, the iPhone 12 which was the first phone by the company to be incorporated with 5G and is an important product for the company. However, with the situation in place, there have been speculations for a possible delay of the launch. The same issue has been faced by other tech conglomerates such as Samsung.
The demand for smartphones has decreased all over the world, where shipments of smartphones in China had fallen by 40% in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same time in the previous year. According to reports, there will be significant drops in numbers in the United States of America and Western Europe as well.
9 April 2020