As the dust begins to settle on the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in
From groundbreaking smart devices, phones, tablets, and wearable gadgets,
Ahead of the excitement, we spoke with Mr. Ashraf Fawakherji, Middle East Vice President of Huawei Device, to look at the top innovations that consumers can expect to see from this year's MWC event and the investments that will likely impact the regional device market. Here's what he had to say:
Bigger Smart Device Screens
Handheld smart devices have evolved to handle much more than communications; with the development of high-speed wireless internet and the availability of applications they are quickly becoming an essential tool for consumers to handle everyday tasks. Additionally consumers are using mobile smart devices instead of personal computers to process the increasing influx of multi-media content that is available online.
One of the interesting trends that has continued to impact the consumer electronics industry is that people want devices with bigger screens which allow them to view content and conduct their daily tasks with ease. This is not likely to stem any time soon and we will likely see vendors at MWC launching new handsets with larger screens to accommodate this consumer demand.
Extension of 4G LTE Capabilities
Recent research by Internet World Statistics has highlighted that the rise in internet users in the
The exponential increase in mobile data usage has encouraged operators to invest in next-generation networks such as 4G and LTE enabled devices that can handle the data-hungry applications and services, particularly video, that consumers demand.
Operators will continue to reap the benefits of this increased demand for portable connected devices. To best serve the rising demand for portable connected devices, Telecoms Operators in the
Turning your home into a Smart and connected home is a developing trend that we believe will start impacting consumers through the availability of home devices that can be connected to the Internet. Many experts predict that this year will be the year of the smarthome, but what does this really mean to the consumer?
A Wearable Tech Evolution
There was an incredible buzz generated in 2013 around wearable technology with the launch of various connected glasses, connected watches and fitness devices that sync to smartphones. Technology vendors have been watching the hype, and if one thing is clear, it is that wearable technology is 'the next big' thing for the consumer electronics industry. At MWC we will likely see many vendors launching some sort of wearable device.
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