The passing year 2013 has been a great host to many technologies that became a household name in a short span of time. As the year bid us goodbye and carve a way for new beginning we take a look at the gadgets to look forward to in 2014.
What does Google has in its Pandora box for next year is one question everyone has in mind. The search engine king astonished the world with its forward thinking when it gave a sneak peak at its head computer ‘Google Glass’ in the beginning of 2013.
Since then the web giant has been busy incorporating out of the world technology in Glass that is expected to be available to public by Feb 2014. The head computer also kicked up a lot of controversies due to its no touch camera and voice command display.
7 inch iPhone from Apple:
Apple, the inventors of world’s most popular Smartphone’ iPhone’ is held high in the electronic market for its approach to be different and yet do it with simplicity. However, Apple has avoided the big screen phenomenon so far and stuck with Steve Jobs’s philosophy of creating devices that can be handled with one hand.
But the churning rumor mills say all that would be changing real soon. Supposedly Apple has been working on a big screen smartphone along with an iPhone with round screen.
Metal Body Samsung Galaxy S5:
With iPhone 5s already here Samsung would be keen to bring its next flagship model in the market. Rumors has it that the new addition to the Galaxy family will have variations as Samsung is planning to upgrade to metal frame for its next line-up. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to hit the market in the first half of 2014.
Even before the news about Samsung’s smartwatch galaxy gear broke out it was known that Apple patented a smartwatch iWatch. Although the competitor’s smartwatch made its debut in 2013 Apple decided to take things slow and wait until next year. The iWatch or whatever Apple has decided to call its smartwatch is rumored to have 1.3-1.5 inch touch screen along with company’s famous features like Siri and Maps.
Ultra HD TV AKA 4K TV
Once you experience the crisp clean video quality on high Definition television there is no going back but now there is a way forward. The 4K ultra high definition TVs could be seen replacing the high definitions in household from year 2014.
We have already seen these ultra HD TVs in commercial space in 2013 but currently they are way too expensive to become a household electronic. Hopefully, 2014 would be a year when electronic major try to make these super HD screen affordable.