Whether you are a certified tech expert or merely an enthusiast who appreciates a good product, upcoming gadgets are always something to look forward to.
Innovations are coming at us from all angles and exceed our expectations with their spellbinding capabilities. So with that in mind, here are some of the latest gadgets in 2020:
Oppo Reno 3 Pro
We covered the Oppo Reno 3 Pro which was released in March and it is set to be the first smartphone with a 44MP Front Camera together with hybrid zoom. It is also the first smartphone that comes with an Helio P95 processor. It features a 6.4-inch AMOLED display which provides better views and angles. The smartphone has both an in-display fingerprint scanner as well as a face scanner to unlock the device. With a 4025mAh battery, it can run for around a day or even more without the need to charge, and it also supports 30W VOOC charging. The model’s quad-camera setup located behind the phone has a 64-megapixel primary sensor, together with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens that has a 119-degree view and 2-megapixel mono camera, and a 13-megapixel telephoto camera. Its selfie camera is 44 megapixels with a 2-megapixel depth sensor. You can choose from its range of colour options: Sky White, Midnight Black, and Auroral Blue.
Samsung Sero TV
This new launch by Samsung allows you to rotate its display from landscape to portrait and vice versa. It is the ideal product for content creators, and anyone who owns a compatible Samsung Galaxy phone can actually tap this device on the frame of a smart TV for seamless screen mirroring. Apple users don’t need to worry though, as this can be done with voice commands, a remote control, or the SmartThings app which lets you rotate the TV manually before using AirPlay 2 to view content. It is 43-inches with a 4K QLED panel, a stand with a 4.1-channel, and a 60-watt front-firing speaker system.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
Folding screens are a popular trend right now, particularly with smartphones, but the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is adapting this concept for the world’s first foldable PC. While it may look like a normal laptop, it also boasts multiple configurations. It has a 13.3 inch OLED display and weighs around 2.2 pounds, so the machinery that powers it must be compact and lightweight while still delivering groundbreaking new features to maintain its reliability, portability, and durability. Printed circuit boards (PCBs), which power all of today’s gadgets are also evolving to suit these odd forms and complex designs. The PCB board thickness is a major consideration for developers who aim to stay updated with cutting edge technology. Gadgets like the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 and the machinery required to power these technologies are the tip of the iceberg of what else is to come in terms of foldable gadgets.
13” Macbook Pro
Apple’s computers that utilized the butterfly keyboards, which the company adopted for a number of their models, have come under quite a bit of criticism. Apple has heeded to the call and has started to deploy Magic Keyboards with the traditional scissor-switch keys to its new range of computers. The new 13” MacBook Pro is the latest to join the party. Like its recent predecessors, it comes with a Touch Bar. RAM storage and processes can be upgraded depending on which model you choose from its range, and the highest amount of storage for the 13” MacBook Pro is 4TB. Don’t be fooled by its relatively smaller screen size––graphics with its Pro Display XDR can be viewed in 6K resolution. The specs for this model include an Intel 10th Generation processor and turbo boosts of up to 4.1Ghz. Out of the many other improvements in its performance, these are some of the eagerly anticipated features users can look forward to.
It’s definitely an exciting time for some of the coolest and most advanced gadgets. Make sure you stay tuned for more releases and exciting news about what else there is in store.