1. Oculus Rift
The Oculus Rift is a virtual reality headset. At first, it will mostly be for gaming. But in the years to come people will be able to use the Rift for social networking, interactive movies, and virtual concerts. Virtual reality has also attracted a lot of companies to produce their own gadgets, Oculus VR is not the only option in the market. Samsung and Sony will also release VR head gear.
2. Project Ara
Google and Motorola may introduce what will be the only phone you’ll ever need. Project Ara is a phone with modular upgrading. You can remove and replace the parts of your phone that need fixing as you please without having to buy a new phone.
3. Samsung Galaxy S6
4. Samsung bendable phone
Samsung recently announced that it will start mass producing bendable displays in 2015. By the end of the year, it also expects to ship its first phone with a bendable display. You’ll be able to actually fold and bend future phones. Of course, developing a bendable screen is only half the battle — manufacturers still need to find a way to make processors, batteries, and all the other components inside smartphones flexible too.
Using your finger print to unlock you phone is cool, but using your heartbeat is cooler. The NYMI band will be a new smart wearable that lets users unlock their phones, cars, computers and even homes by using their heartbeat to authenticate the user. Your heart will now be able to truly open doors.
Apple’s operating system will be incorporated into more cars in 2015. CarPlay features the Siri voice and assists drivers with directions, calls, messages and music streaming. Apple has partnered with multiple car companies including Audi, Jeep, Kia and Ford. CarPlay is also available for earlier models with an aftermarket system.
7. Microsoft Lumia 2020 PureView
8. Amazon Kindle Fire 2015 edition
9. The Dash
These new wireless earbuds reinvent headphones. The Dash earbuds are not just in-ear headphones, they also serve as a fitness tracker and a microphone. The Dash will allow users to track their workouts by measuring their body vitals and giving them real time acoustic feedback. The wireless headphones will be released in April 2015.
10. Apple Watch
The Apple Watch will be Apple’s first new product category under CEO Tim Cook. While the company introduced the watch in September, we only got a limited look at all its features. Apple is still working on the device, so expect to get more details when it launches in early 2015.
Victor H., “15 most anticipated gadgets of 2015”, PhoneArena, 02.01.2015
Steve Kovach, “The 14 Most Exciting New Tech Products That Will Launch In 2015”, Business Insider, 10.12.2014
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