The sphere of technology is evolving so quickly that we do not even notice that now a computer is always with us. You understand what we mean. But you must admit that if you heard that you can carry your computer anywhere, you would be surprised at how you can fit a rather big device, which consists of a large system unit and a monitor. Today, a computer is a modified concept that can be applied to smartphones, tablets, smart watches, and even televisions.
Such change is the merit of just a few companies, one of which is Samsung. Therefore, it is worth considering how a global monster is going to surprise the world in 2019.
The TV that controls all your devices
Samsung will release a TV which can be connected to a PC and keyboard, but this is only the beginning. The company integrated Remote Access function into its new product, which will allow to manage the entire range of mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
At the moment, it is not fully known how the new generation TV will work. It is assumed that it will receive access to devices through an application that should be pre-installed on a PC, a smartphone and a tablet.
Remote Access technology will be available worldwide. It will provide access to the central server virtual machines. It will provide users with access to their computers absolutely from any place with Internet.
New item is eagerly anticipated by cyber sportsmen and ordinary fans of computer games, since it will be possible to play on a big screen without an HDMI cable.
More than just a smartphone
Apparently, Samsung seriously took up the Remote Access project, the essence of which is to provide interaction between devices of such a level that there is absolutely no difference for users on which device the content is stored.
The brainchildren of this project are well-known solutions – DeX and DeX Pad, which allow you to turn the Samsung Galaxy into a PC.
Smartphone with six cameras
One of the models of the Samsung Galaxy S10 flagship series will have six cameras. It is reported by The Wall Street Journal.
For now, this gadget is referred to as Beyond X. In addition to 6 cameras, it will get a 6.7-inch screen and a 5G network adapter. Simultaneously with a six-camera smartphone release, launch of three more devices with screen sizes varying between 5.8 and 6.4 inches is planned.
The official presentation of four new products by Samsung is scheduled for February 2019, and in April of this year the world will see the announcement of a flexible phone.