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The most dominant technology of 2022 Posted On 13 January 2022

This year, we are due some major technological developments, introductions of products which are inspired by a new way of living throughout the pandemic

 

2022 will see many new technologies coming to the market, but some of the perhaps most anticipated products cash-in on the last couple of years, during which time most of us have been shut indoors. Mobile phones and TV are two areas which have boomed throughout the pandemic, and so here are what we think will be some of the most dominant new products in the technology industry this year.

 

Sky Glass TV

Sky’s new streaming service was launched back in October, but this year will see the release of the Sky Glass TV, a streaming TV from Sky which requires neither a satellite dish nor a box, but rather simply relies on a broadband connection. The TV will come in three different sizes to choose from – 43 inch, 55 inch or 65 inch – and boast ultra HD and quantum dot technologies producing over one billion colours and incredible cinema-quality visuals. It will also be the world’s first TV to be certified as a CarbonNeutral® product.

 

5G

Finally, 5G is here for our phones! It provides much greater connectivity speeds in contrast to its 4G predecessor, and is set to dominate 2022 with its high frequency radio waves. One overarching feature of 5G is that it’s able to receive and transmit data from a wide variety of sources.

 

Samsung Galaxy S22/Plus/Ultra

This year is seeing the release of the Samsung Galaxy S22 which will boast a screen and design similar to the Galaxy S21 family, but with a next-generation chipset. It’s said there will be significant improvements with the camera, possibly inhabiting a continuous optical zoom, meaning an optical zoom from 2x to 10x.

 

iPhone 14

Near the end of the year, the iPhone 14 will arrive, and here is what to expect from the next model in the series of mobile phones from Apple. With the latest iPhone, round volume buttons will return, while the camera lenses are now flush against the body, a feature which is achieved in part by making the phone itself thicker.

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