Mobile Application Development | Google Maps and Gmail Compatibility
Samsung, however, announced they will be releasing a 5G smartphone in the summer of 2019. The key marketable feature of this phone is it’s able to connect to both LTE and 5G networks, and that’s what consumers can expect in the foreseeable future; 5G will primarily focus on enhancing existing LTE networks instead of replacing them.
Although 5G was a major talking point at CES this year, the mobile industry is still working on the less glamorous aspects of the technology. Many major 5G deployment enterprises won’t occur until at least 2020. Many operators will begin planning 5G rollouts in micro-markets rather than taking the traditional approach of deploying in developed markets. 5G pilot trials are going to continue to make headlines, but the industry still has a long way to go before consumers see any large-scale implementation.
What’s New From Samsung?
CES is a big stage for Samsung. This year, Samsung brought TVs, robots, an improved Bixby, and an iTunes partnership to its product lineup, but also announced the release of the Samsung Galaxy 10 coming this February.
The Better Bixby
With the voice landscape as competitive as it is, Samsung needed to give Bixby an upgrade. Soon, apps like Google Maps and Gmail will be compatible with the digital assistant, but more importantly, Samsung is working on enhanced capability between the digital assistant and the brand’s smart home products. Overall, Samsung is investing $22 billion in artificial intelligence budgeted for making all of its products compatible with Bixby.
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