International Consumer Electronics(CES) trade show 2015 - Las Vegas

The International Consumer Electronics Show has been started in Las Vegas yesterday, which will be held from 6 to 9 January, Which give technology related companies an opportunity to familiarize their latest gadgets including 4K resolution TVs, and might be a curved smartphone and Toyota’s latest venture into hydrogen-power.

“It seems that every year there’s a central theme to the technology introduced and a lot of those have just whiffed,” said Jordan Selburn, an analyst for market researcher  at IHS Inc.(IHS Inc. (IHS) is a company based in Douglas County, Colorado, United States. IHS provides information, expertise and analysis to support the decision-making)

One item excited the show was LG’s G Flex 2 – the South Korean company’s most awaited second curved Android smartphone. It has a very powerful processor to the original LG's G Flex smart phone. Gone are those days where earlier model’s big screen – replaced by a more user handable 5.5 inches display with 1080p resolution. The curve is also less pronounced and used as flex – which the company hopes to make it easier to hold in a single hand, and the casing is very hard plastic, which we hope will be more scratch resistant than before.

LG curved Smart phone

Dana Wolman, the managing editor of Engadget,concluded that “LG is just the latest company to announce a curved gadget. In this case it’s the LG Flex 2, a curved smartphone. But it’s only the latest curved gadget we’ve seen. Samsung came out with a curved all-in-one computer for the home and so far there are already curved TVs, curved monitors, curved smart phones, curved sound bars. Really, these companies are trying to make curved happen whether you are interested or not.”

Japanese giant, Panasonic breaks the suspense, with CX850 series of 4K LED LCD Ultra HD smart TVs. The company said that it displays more vibrant colours and higher purity blacks. The CX850 series supports 4K ultra HD streaming.

Toyota's 'Mirai 'Fuel Cell Sedan

Toyota’s new sporty, hydrogen-powered ‘Mirai’ was also displayed at the expo. The electricity that powers the motors is made on-board as needed simply bycombining hydrogen with oxygen, No emissions are produced other than water vapour making it an eco-friendly car.

For more information see the official website.