Being mobile software engineers, we rely on the hardware’s capabilities to be able to pull off what the clients now expect us to. So, naturally some innovations in mobile hardware (or gadgets connected to mobile) have us on the edge of our seats, and excited to work on them in coming years.
Here we have compiled a list of what piqued our interest the most in 2015.
Samsung Gear VR powered by Oculus
If you aren’t a Samsung user, try Google Cardboard which is a convenient “makeshift” and works with almost every smartphone. But the application of Virtual Reality (VR) has us excited about the future.
Huawei TalkBand B2
A watch and a fitness band, which lets you take calls without having to take your phone out of the pocket. Apple Watch lets you take calls too, but its use is somewhat limited in public places where others can hear in on your conversation.
Who thought 360 degree videos would be brought to your phone by a social media website? Facebook is on the case, and this has definitely made things more interesting for mobile users.
Lenovo Pocket Projector
Frankly, we think its about time somebody brought this to our pockets.
Moto 360 Sport
Moto360 is a great watch (for a start). But despite having the heartbeat monitor and a pedometer, it left something to be desired for fitness freaks. This specialized version is a welcome development for those looking for more than just a smartwatch.
Fitbit is arguably the best fitness wear out there, and is constantly improving to give you better results without compromising on design. Fitbit offers the most comprehensive data on your workouts and body condition compared to any other band.
With such powerful (and compact) technologies already in the market, the potential to improvise and provide users with improved experience and utility is just a matter of imagination, and good software development. And you can Get Started now!