The technological evolution has found one of its most important applications on your smartphone. Until five years ago the best of the best could be the BlackBerry or the Nokia N95, then came the iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 to chase one another among processors more powerful and dazzling displays. So much so that, if in 2007 it was difficult to predict the future, now is probably impossible. But there are important innovations just around the corner here is the technology and appointments that have to be careful in the coming months.
Smartphone and Tablet quad core in the U.S. is still not widespread, with the result that the largest catchment area of the market at the time of the app is not interested in programs optimized for these systems. During the year, however, things are bound to change: a word from Nvidia, which will release later this year on its Tegra chipset in version 3 is compatible with the 4G technology lte. The Americans will experience the thrill of quad core and now app developers will create an advantage of these processors.
Who thought that 1280x720 pixel resolution were the end of the race, should think again. Leaving aside for a moment doubt the real benefits, LG has prepared a full hd screen 5 "which will debut in the second half of the year and will have a density of 440 ppi: the Retina Display of iPhone 4s and the new iPad can only salute from far away.
The Samsung Galaxy S III contains a gem marginal but interesting: the ability to continue to display video in a box over impression while surfing the Internet or the phone. The idea of replicating the experience even remotely in windows on a Windows phone gives me the shivers of terror, but the processing power of current devices leave room right now to extend this functionality in an intelligent manner.
If you do not turn half flop like the 3D, the Glass Project Google might be a novelty worthy of note, taking the augmented reality in the eyes of all. Unfortunately we do not yet know anything about basic issues like the simplicity of the user interface will have to wait until at least next month, when will take place the Google I / O.
Finally, there are still unknowns sealed by some of the major players in the smartphone. Maybe even a new iPhone will be launched in June, whose specifications are still a mystery. And in the same period, namely the Windows Phone Development Summit of 20-21 June, could be introduced Windows Phone 8.
For both it is assumed to support lteenfc, two technologies that are still niche but Android is already exploring several months successfully. Next generation networks and mobile payments could be on the agenda later this year.