In 2016, the mobile industry prepares us some interesting surprises.
2015 was a good one for the smartphone industry, one in which there were a few very interesting prize. For starters, it is worth mentioning the new design implemented by the Samsung mobile products for them. South Korean company we “threatened” a long time with this new construction of their phones, which I got to see it, finally, with the launch of models Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Galaxy.
I witnessed the onset of Type C USB in mobile industry with the launch of models like the OnePlus 2 5X Nexus or Nexus 6P. Do not forget the first time that they carried out those from Sony, the Japanese market by introducing the first 4K smartphone screen. Given the important achievements this year, we have reason to be optimistic about the coming year. Below are some of the expectations we have from industry in 2016.
During 2015, Android has lost ground against iOS in a few cases, largely due to the remarkable success of the latest handsets from Apple. iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were sold so well that the Cupertino company came to have a very high market share in some key markets. In the United States, for example, it is about 42%, as in the United Kingdom and France.
Even so, Android has managed to remain the most popular operating system in the market, thanks to affordable devices that have gained ground in markets undergoing development. It is almost impossible to change the situation next year, but we could see, however, a growing number of handsets with Windows, thanks to the new Microsoft Lumia devices and new operating system Windows 10.
USB Type C
C type A USB cable comes with two identical ends reversible and enables a recharge faster and faster data transfers thanks to compatibility with the USB 3.1 standard. Moreover, those from Pocket-lint argue that those small connectors will allow the creation of thinner mobile future.
As I said earlier, telephones and OnePlus 2 5X Nexus and Nexus 6P are already equipped with these cables, but that does not mean you can use them on any device. Some time ago, an engineer at Google has published information that Type C USB cables manufactured by OnePlus could cause serious damage. Cable specifications do not seem to be compatible with Nexus phones or Chromebook Pixel. OnePlus cables using a resistor 3A, instead of the “Default USB Power”, which could lead to damage USB port or charger.
GPS receivers have come a long way in a relatively short period, but are reduced to sizes small enough to fit in and PCB phone battery is quite difficult to understand for many of us. A-GPS makes the impossible possible by processing data outside the SIM, nevertheless, remain considerable technical impediments. SIM technology enables the theft of only 6 mAh battery requirements are much higher, but those from Blue Sky argued, without giving too much detail, because everything starts from the embodiment of the antenna.
Of course these gps receivers can work and back I refer to the location of other devices Gps Phone Tracker technology.
Similar 3D touch technology
3D Touch is able to differentiate between a light touch and a heavier, which means that the possibilities of interaction with the phone are multiplying. It uses a number of sensors which enable a user to click anywhere on the touchpad. The sensors work with a “Taptic Engine”, a device that creates movement in a straight line. It detects any kind of oppression and generate feedback for the user to know that it was recorded. In this way, the user has the impression that conducted a click, when in fact no physical button was not pressed.