Hot Mobile Trends at the CES

This week, DStvO will be taking a look at the latest mobile trends that are expected to be showcased at this year’s amazing CSE held in the party haven of Las Vegas.
The DStv Online team have put together a list of the expected trends at this year’s annual CES:

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Phones

The first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device has arrived. But unfortunately we’re referring to an operating system here not an edible phone even though the new Samsung Nexus is absolutely scrumptious in every other way. The Android technology is a huge step up from Google’s Oops, both in terms of mobile technology as well as Google’s operating system.
Companies such as Acer, Huawei, HTC, Motorola, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson need to start the year out with the delicious Android 4.0 hardware technology on their mobile phones and tablets, because the DStv-O team to name but a few nerds, love change and ice-cream.

Quad-Core Chips

Dual-core is something of the past, with its expansion in 2011. Last year, the bulk of tablets had only two-core processors in the 1-GHz to 1.5-GHz range. The chip makers have been hard at work making sure their silicon chips’ capabilities stay on the rise. This rise points towards the quad-core processors like the Nvidia Tegra 3. All this talk of chips makes us think of the good stuff; those round little buttons of joy.

4G Windows Phones

4G or 4th generation technology has been a major fall back for Microsoft as there still aren’t Microsoft phones that are compatible with 4G technology. The Android technology will damage the Microsoft brand if Microsoft is not able to introduce this technology in their Windows 7 phones. Without this compatibility, Microsoft will never be able to compete with Android phones on the market.

Nokia Smartphones for the U.S

The Lumia 710 will be introduced this year resulting in a fundamentally important return for Nokia in the United States. Nokia need something spectacular so that users of Android and iOS devices leave their delicious Ice Cream platforms of choice. If Nokia is really serious about eating into the U.S market they need to make sure they offer high end products that are on par with the latest trends around.
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