It has been several days since the tech show started on January 9, with a wealth of coveted and impressive new products as well as many announcements from different tech giants.
To the surprise of no one, many tech firms will unveil their new products attracting customers' attention. All in all, CES 2018 set the tone for things that are going to come in 2018 because it shows us the latest improvements in the tech field.
Obviously, great progresses have been made, covering smartphones, laptops, smart home, car technology, robots, TVs, AR/VR, etc. There is no big difference from the past shows. And here is a list of most products, mainly focused on smartphones and laptops, announced at CES 2018.
When it comes to smartphones, Samsung will always be a major point of focus. It has brought us various well-received smartphones.
There is no doubting that it will introduce its new mid-to-high-end smartphone ( Samsung Galaxy A8 this year) to us while we may lay our eyes on the Galaxy S9 at MWC via videos and pictures this year.
This 5.6-inch Galaxy A8 comes with a full HD Super AMOLED display, featuring 4GB of RAM and 32GB expandable storage. Speaking of the battery, it can house 3000 mAh.
A trio of smartphones from Sony debuted at CES, the Sony Xperia XA2, Xperia XA2 Ultra, and Xperia L2 included. The first two features Qualcomm's Snapdragon 635 chipset, among which the 6-inch Xperia XA2 Ultra most impresses people with a 23-megapixel rear-facing camera and an aluminum frame, supporting 4K resolution.
All of them released in America will equip a fingerprint scanner.
Yes, it is Vivo, a brand from China, that unveils the world's first smartphone with an in-display fingerprint reader. We ever thought it might be Samsung or Apple that would try this technology. Now we can say goodbye to the home button.
Two fresh XPS models were announced by Dell at CES 2018, the XPS 13 and XPS 15 2-in-1 laptops. As for the function, there is no big difference while the design has got great improvements. The latest XPS 13 is thinner and lighter than its previous versions.
Razer seems keen to show off unusual things at CES. Its last year's triple-screened laptop called Project Valerie did attract people. And at CES 2018, it announced Project Linda, which is in an early prototype stage. Only screen, keyboard, battery and hard disk are equipped now without motherboard, processor, and memory.
Project Linda can be regarded as the accessory and it can only be compatible with Razer phone devices, supporting the certain Android system.
Well, in addition to these, there are many other tech firms, coming to Vegas to show their breakthroughs, such as Lenovo, HP, Acer, Asus and so on. The possibilities are endless and it's next to impossible to predict everything we'll see. And we will always wait for the improvements and breakthroughs internationally.