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Techspace 2024 – Top Tech Gadgets You Can’t Afford to Overlook

Before we get over the hangover, we have witnessed a couple of tech launches, mostly smartphones. With launches like the Vivo X100 Series, Oppo Reno 11 Series, OnePlus 12, and Samsung Galaxy S24 Series, the month of January is packed as sardines. And with the rising need for tech, we can expect the same throughout the year.

Apple iPhone 16 Series

Apple iPhone 15 Series was launched in September 2023, and even in January 2024, it is fairly new (and dreamy) due to the amount it costs. The next-generation iPhones will be arriving in early September 2024, but with the number of leaks, they’ve already created a buzz in the market.

Like most smartphone brands, Apple is planning to go wild on AI in 2024, and that’s the most we’re excited about. Apple is expected to make the Pro models larger in 2024, and non-Pro models are expected to get a capacitive new action button along with a couple of cool features from the iPhone 15 Pro lineup.

Nothing Phone 2a

After having two successful smartphone launches in the mid-range segment, Nothing is preparing to make an entry in the budget arena with the launch of Nothing Phone 2a, a lower-specced spin-off of the Nothing Phone (2) aim. The Nothing Phone 2a is expected to launch on 27th February 2024, in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2024.

Google Pixel 9 Series

Google is expected to launch three smartphones in the Pixel 9 Series: the standard Pixel 9 and two Pixel 9 Pro variants. However, the brand hasn’t said it officially, but as per the rumours, the pro variants are expected to arrive in two different sizes: a traditional one with a 6.7-inch display and another with a 6.3-inch screen.

Samsung Galaxy Fold6 and Flip6

Samsung has occupied two prime spots for its flagship smartphone launches, one in the first half of the year and the other in the second half of the year. The forthcoming Fold6 and Flip6 phones are expected to sport the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and can be the first foldables to feature official ingress protection against dust.

Apple Watch X

Apple launched the iPhone X in 2017 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, and the brand might follow the same ritual in the case of the Apple Watch X. The brand is planning to make the Apple Watch thinner than it is now, with a slimmer casing and a refreshed design.

According to the latest rumours, the Cupertino-based company is working on microLED display technology for the Apple Watch X and is expected to bring new health features, including being able to detect hypertension. Apple might skip the launch of the Watch X in 2024 altogether and instead launch the watch in 2025.

Google Pixel Watch 3

Within a short time, the Pixel Watch 2 became one of the favourites and raised the bar for the Pixel Watch 3. The design language of the Pixel Watch and Pixel Watch 2 was quite identical, and we can expect the Pixel Watch 3 to feature a different design that can have smaller bezels like the Galaxy Watch6.

Samsung Watch7 Series

Looking at the pattern Samsung has been following for the last few years, the company might skip the Watch7 Classic and instead go for the Watch7 Pro. The Samsung Watch7 Series is expected to be powered by a 3-nm chipset and will have significant battery life improvements over the Watch 6.

Apple Vision Pro

The Apple Vision Pro marks a groundbreaking milestone in the universe of wearables, heralding the zenith of VR technology and the pinnacle of mixed-reality innovation. In Apple’s lingo, this heralds the dawn of spatial computing, a domain where the headset reigns supreme as the quintessential tool for both work and play.

Dive into your memories as your photos and videos come to life in mesmerising 3D spatial video, a spectacle that extends to content captured on the cutting-edge iPhone 15 Pro. The Apple Vision Pro is a device where entertainment and productivity converge in an extraordinary symphony of innovation.


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